The Euros kick off this Friday, and we have many Chelsea players to keep a close eye on.
This week has seen a bunch of warm-up matches for the nations as they prepare for the big kick off, and last night it was Germany in action.
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Antonio Rudiger and Kai Havertz both started the match, and Timo Werner came on as a second half sub.
Havertz assisted Gosens for the first goal, and Werner put in a tidy finish to make it 6-0 against Latvia (see below). The Germans went on to win 7-1! Havertz also thought he scored, but it was marked as an own goal.
This will be a nice bit of confidence for the Chelsea lads…
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 7, 2021