Kai Havertz almost let down Chelsea in tonight's game against Dortmund as he misses a penalty on his first attempt before VAR awarded him a retake which he scored to seal the 2-0 win for Chelsea. This call for the need for Potter to select a new penalty taker who's reliable.
Chelsea made history tonight as they made it to the UCL quarter-finals for the third successive time. Potter's job might be considered safe now as he has won his last two games for the club which will renew the owner's faith in him.
Chelsea scored the first goal through Raheem Sterling in the first half and got the second goal through Kai Havertz in the second half which sends Dortmund out of the competition. It was a big victory for Chelsea tonight while Dortmund suffered a huge blow.
However, here are the four players that could replace Havertz as Chelsea's Penalty Taker After His arguable penalty in tonight's win:
1. Reece James
Over the years Reece James has shown that he is a good player in penalty shootouts. He is very composed, calm and confident with his shot.
2. Joao Felix
The Portugal forward possess good quality in front of the goal which shows that he is a contender for take Chelsea's penalties.
3. Raheem Sterling
Sterling has a good record of scoring penalties from his Liverpool and Manchester City days. He is one of those top players Potter should consider as Chelsea's new penalty taker.
4. Enzo Fernandez
The Chelsea January signing is also calm and direct with the ball and has good quality in scoring penalties. Potter should consider him.
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