Kai Havertz has produced masterful display by inspired Chelsea secured comfortably 2-0 home win over their local rivals Fulham to tighten their grip on a top-four spot.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder, who has been in excellent run of form in recent weeks, was amongst Blues players that delivered eye-catching display at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.
The German playmaker put the Blues ahead by opened the account in 10th minutes of the game. Silva’s long pass was beautifully controlled by Mount and the midfielder slipped a pinpoint ball through to Havertz, who slotted a composed finish into the far corner.
Havertz, who his movement caused Fulham a lot of problem, doubled the Blues lead in early of the second-half after a good composure between him and compatriot Timo Werner.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder, who bagging three goals and one assist for his last three league games, finished the match with a pass success rate of 80 percent, 50 Touches, 4 recoveries, 3 Clearances, 1 key pass and 2 goals.