Kai Havertz was once again delivered outstanding performance in Saturday’s Chelsea 4-0 win over Crystal Palace.
The German playmaker started in the number 10 position on Saturday, where he was given a free licence to roam and he popped up in various areas of the pitch.
Havertz, 21, made a solid if unspectacular start to life at Stamford Bridge this season, having scored three goals and made one assist in all competitions for the Blues.
Havertz, who widely regarded as one of the brightest young attacking prospect in European football, made three key passes, one assist (penalty won), 16 total duels, three clearances and two tackles against Palace on Saturday.
The Blues produced a clinical second-half display to beat Crystal Palace 4-0 at Stamford Bridge and earn a much-needed three points.
After a frustrating opening 45, Frank Lampard’s side opened up in the second-half as full-back Ben Chilwell fired the host to lead through a superb strike.
Kurt Zouma doubled Chelsea lead after brilliant cross from Ben Chilwell before Jorginho converted twice from the spot-kick.
Kai Havertz vs Crystal Palace:
3 key passes
1 assist (penalty won)
16 total duels
4/6 aerial duels won
Fantastic all round performance as our #10. He’ll win us games on his own in this role, no doubt about it. pic.twitter.com/zzaB60VFVR
— LDN (@LDNFootbalI) October 4, 2020