The German midfielder played a pivotal role in Chelsea’s win over Everton on Monday and aid their bid for a top-four finish.
was pleased withKai Havertz
’s performance after the German midfielder lived up to the expectation as a false nine inChelsea
’s 2-0 victory overEverton
Havertz opened the scoring for the Blues when he burst into the box and flicked the ball towards the goal, with his effort bouncing off
Havertz had a lovely goal ruled out by VAR for handball in the second half, but Tuchel was delighted with Havertz’s performance.
"We deserved to win. It was a very difficult first half but we controlled it completely. Second half we increased our level and had a lot of dangerous attacks,"
Tuchel toldBT Sport
"Very pleased with Kai. It was the trust we gave him and he used that trust. He is a player who has all the ability to be a dominant figure in the offense and he stepped up.
"You see the quality of the players and the club. It is a pleasure to be on the sideline and work with the team. Everybody in the club is doing everything to compete at this level."