Kai Havertz faced plenty of difficulties in his debut in England but still finish the campaign with the greatest moment of his career.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder, who joined Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen in a region of £75million last summer, scoring nine goals with additional of eleven assists across all competitions.
Despite joining the Stamford Bridge outfit 10 days before start of the new season, Havertz started Chelsea’s nine at of 10 games in all competitions, in which got the first hat-trick of his career in Blues’ 6-0 victory over Barnsley in Carabao Cup at Stamford Bridge.
The German star, failed to impressed in September and October before was forced to step away from the action after contracting Covid-19, managing just two brief substitute appearances at the end of November.
Following the arrival of of Thomas Tuchel, Havertz’s attacking versatility became crucial to Blues tactical flexibility and his combined 20 goals and assists, with including lovely strike against City that handed Chelsea Uefa Champions League trophy.
The 22-year-old playmaker scored nine goals for Blues in 2020/21 campaign, four in the Premier League, one in the FA Cup, three in the Carabao Cup and one in the Uefa Champions League – which was his first in the competition and won Blues the final.