Kai Havertz has taking his fabulous form towards end of the 2020/21 campaign into Euro 2020 as he inspired Germany to qualify into last-16 of European championships competitions.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder finished last campaign at Stamford Bridge with nine goals and nine assists, with his goal taking the west London club to Uefa Champions League glory.
Havertz has taken momentum into Euro 2020 and already scored two lovely goal in his last two games for Germany.
The Blues star, who starting prove his worth on the international stage, scored lovely header to equasile for Joachim Low’s side after Adam Szalai put the Hungary ahead in just 11 minutes of the game.
Havertz then replaced by Timo Werner immediate aftermath of the 22-year-old drawing Germany level but remarkably they were behind again almost directly from the restart as Andras Schafer escaped in behind to nod the Hungary back in front.
Bayern Munich star Leon Goretzka then capitalize Werner’s blocked shot and rifled his finish into the bottom corner to level for Germany.