When it comes to leadership in the Chelsea team, they have a lot to be thankful for. They have players like Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Jorginho, Kante, Silva and now Lukaku. The squad has strong and experienced members who stand for discipline and authority. The new young players have the opportunity to learn from these experienced players every time.
Kai Harvetz is a new young Chelsea sensation who is gradually stamping his authority in the Chelsea squad. With important goals like the one he scored in the Champions League final and the one that he recently scored against premier league rivals Liverpool.
In an interview, he disclosed that the little Hero in the chelsea squad to him is Mateo Kovacic. Though he is the quite type and not always in the media, he is known for doing little things that really lifts the spirits of the team up in difficult times. This is what he had to say.
“He [Kova] is like a hero because he always wants the ball. Even when we concede a goal he is always the first one to take the ball and in doing that he gives us a lot of confidence.
“I had from day one a very good relationship with him."
- Kai Havertz
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