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Kai Havertz curses a reporter question: TV station has to beep him - Final hero apologizes


Kai Havertz scores the winning goal for Chelsea in the Champions League final. When asked about his high fee, he curses a reporter question.

Kai Havertz scores the winning goal for Chelsea in the Champions League final.

When asked about his high fee, he curses a reporter question.

Porto - Kai Havertz is the celebrated hero.

The 21-year-old has achieved his dream goal.

Havertz made himself immortal at his new club with his winning goal to make it 1-0 for Chelsea * in the final * of the UEFA Champions League * against Manchester City.

Only a year ago, the offensive player moved from Leverkusen to London.

The exceptional talent was worth 80 million euros for the blues - a record transfer for Chelsea.

The pressure was immense.

So it's no wonder that Havertz lost a load after the grand finale of the season, as an English reporter heard.

Kai Havertz swears because of reporters in a live interview - apology follows

"To be honest, at the moment I don't give a shit, we won the damn Champions League," said the overjoyed Havertz at the TV microphone when asked about the pressure from the high transfer fee paid for him in English. He used the words "F ***" and "F *** ing". (Literally he said: "To be honest, right now I don't give af *** on that, we won the f *** ing Champions League!") The TV reporter turned grinning towards the camera and apologized for the emotions. On Twitter, the station censored the two words with a short beep.

Previously, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueata came rushing to support and celebrated his colleague frenetically for the honest words.

Havertz's idiom was a bit too much for English television, but the German international has manners.

“Sorry for cursing,” Havertz wrote on Twitter the night after the triumph, adding a smiley that was understood to be a nervous smile.

His winning interview at BT Sports shortly after the final had caused a lot of joy on social media.

Sorry for the swearing 😅 #UCLFinal you know…

- Kai Havertz (@ kaihavertz29) May 29, 2021

Kai Havertz scores in the final of the Champions League - and sends an emotional message to the family

Havertz didn’t have an easy start after his move, but he fought his way through. Under the new coach Thomas Tuchel things went much better from February, Havertz scored nine goals and nine assists in 45 competitive games. He saved his first goal in the premier class for the perfect moment, in his 20th appearance in the Champions League it was time. At the hour of his greatest success he thought especially of his family.

“I've waited a long time for my first goal, now I've made it.

For me, a childhood dream is coming true!

I want to thank my family, my parents, my grandmother's brother and my girlfriend too.

They're all here in the stadium.

I worked for this moment for 15 years and now it is here, ”said the native of Aachen.

The final hero also sent a very special message.

"Unfortunately only my maternal grandmother is still alive, but the rest of them are watching from heaven."

Havertz scores winning goal for Chelsea - Final hero is celebrated by the international press

With his golden goal, Havertz has risen to the Olympus of the very big stars.

His goal will be remembered forever in football history.

In the international press "King Kai" is celebrated for his heroic deed.

The Sun (England):

 "Havertz brings Tuchel the Champions League crown, while the tinkering Guardiola goes wrong again."

The Telegraph (England):

 "Kai Havertz crowns Chelsea King of Europe and destroys ManCity's Champions League dreams."

Marca (Spain):

 "Havertz refined a brilliant move shortly before the break in favor of the Blues, who played against Guardiola's team again to zero."

Le Figaro (France):

 Kai Havertz, who came in the summer of 2020, had a shaky start for this Chelsea team. The arrival of his compatriot Thomas Tuchel on the bench has definitely lifted him back into the saddle. He made a name for himself and justified his coach's trust in him in the Champions League final. The left-footer, who was able to keep the ball on the ground, scored the only goal of the final by turning Ederson, the opposing goalkeeper, and pushing the ball into the corner. It was his first goal in this competition - and it came at the perfect time. "

De Telegraaf (Netherlands):

 “Kai Havertz from Chelsea was speechless shortly after beating Manchester City in the final (1-0).

The creator of the golden gate in Porto shortly before the break could hardly think clearly. "



 “It can be celebrated in London!

Chelsea wins against Manchester City 1-0 and gets the handle pot.

Man of the game: Blues youngster Kai Havertz. "

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Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2021-06-04

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