On Tuesday night, Kai Havertz once again delivered a significant match-winning performance for Chelsea. Following the game, the scorer expressed his sentiments during the match, and the level of support that was provided to the head coach by the team.
Although Havertz played a significant role in securing a major triumph at Stamford Bridge, he acknowledged feeling a significant amount of anxiety before his decisive penalty kick against Alex Meyer from Dortmund.
Despite his unwavering self-assurance, he revealed his intense emotions as he prepared to take the crucial shot.
He said: “Firstly, I was nervous. But at the end I tried to remember that I dreamed of these moments when I was young. It is not nice to miss a penalty in these circumstances, but I knew this moment would make me stronger. That is why I scored, I tried to be calm. It worked out very well.”
Havert further spoke on the support that was given to the head coach by the team.
“We are backing the manager 100 per cent, we know the pressure is coming at him [Graham Potter], but you can see he is a big manager.”
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