Chelsea star Kai Havertz has taking his excellent form into national team by scored a potential goal and set up two assist as Germany beat Latvia 7-1 to conclude their Euro 2020 preparations in perfect fashion.
The Blues playmaker recorded his first assist when played a perfect one-two with Robin Gosens who fired home in his first international in the 19th minute.
City star İlkay Gundogan doubled his side’s lead in the 21 minutes of the game, by picks up the ball outside the box, then strikes towards got, it’s blocked but the rebound comes back to him and he thumps it into the top left hand corner.
Thomas Muller, quickly made it 3-0, the latter scoring his first goal since his return to the team last month following more than two years out.
The moment were taking about was in 39 minutes of the game when Blues star Havertz, who scored the only goal against City in Porto back in two weeks ago, drives down the right of Latvia’s box, he cuts it back and it goes in after it clips the goalkeepers foot.
Sixth minutes later, Serge Gnabry made it 5-0, after a magnificent ball from Hummels cuts out the entire Latvian defence, Bayern forward runs onto it and finishes past Ozols.
Germany picking up exactly where they left off in the first half as Timo Werner, who endured a mixed up debut in England tap it past Ozols after Kimmich crossess into the box.
Latvia broken the deadlock to made 6-1 in 75 minutes as Saveljevs on the edge of the box and he fires past Neuer before Joachim Low’s side end through lovely play from Werner, who feeds Muller inside the box for Sane to tap in and made it 7-1.