After scoring a penalty to bring Chelsea within one point of Everton, Kai Havertz cruelly mocked Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.


Chelsea manager Graham Potter was not happy with KAI HAVERTZ’s celebration after he scored on a penalty kick.

After scoring calmly from 12 yards out, the 23-year-old German forward was seen making fun of the English goalkeeper.

As soon as the ball was put away, Havertz turned away, cupping his hands over his ears in front of Pickford and sticking his tongue out.

Potter expressed his displeasure with his player’s response to scoring the game’s first goal after the game was over.

When a player scores, “it’s almost like they’re floating,” as Potter put it.

Since I didn’t have much success at it myself, I can’t say. I don’t think it’s necessary to include the opponent in the celebration.

“That would be my perspective.”

Even Potter would have been disappointed by his team’s performance at Stamford Bridge.

It appeared that the Blues had secured all three points thanks to a penalty kick from Havertz with only 14 minutes remaining in the game.

Everton scored an equalizer in the final minute, but only because of shoddy defending and goalkeeping.

The Toffees picked up a vital point on the road thanks to Ellis Sims’s (age 22) first goal for the team.

As a result of the tie, Chelsea’s faint hopes of finishing in the top four have been all but dashed.

The game was close until the end, but Potter admitted he was disappointed in his team’s performance.

When asked if that was at his direction, he said, “No, it wasn’t conscious.


Earlier I mentioned how well Everton played to their strengths. They’re not afraid to get physical, and they’ve been effective at winning long balls, second balls, throw-ins, set-pieces, and corner kicks thanks to the efforts of (Abdoulaye) Doucourse and (Andre) Onana.

Teams have always performed well under Sean (Dyche). It’s challenging to keep it under control to your satisfaction.

We were temporarily outmatched, and when that happened, we gave in. Therein lies the rub; that’s where it gets annoying.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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