Chelsea head coach Graham Potter has seemingly criticised ahead Kai Havertz for a provocative aim celebration.
The versatile German was on the scoresheet in the course of the Blues’ disappointing 2-2 draw at residence to Everton on Saturday night.
Joao Felix broke the impasse earlier than the Toffees equalised via Abdoulaye Doucoure. After James Tarkowski fouled Reece James, Havertz put Chelsea again in entrance from the penalty spot, just for Ellis Simms to grab a degree for Everton on the final.
After Havertz notched Chelsea forward once more, he taunted Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford together with his celebration – one thing Potter took umbrage with.
“When gamers rating, they’ve one thing like an out-of-body expertise,” Potter stated post-match.
“I didn’t rating many myself so I wouldn’t know. You must benefit from the celebration, I don’t assume it’s essential to contain the opponent. That may be my perspective.”
Havertz’s aim on Saturday was his third in as many video games after netting in wins in opposition to Borussia Dortmund and Leicester Metropolis. Previous to that, he had gone eight video games with out discovering the online.
Whereas Chelsea missed the possibility to move into the worldwide break off the again of 4 successive wins, Potter did additionally stress that there have been positives to take from Saturday’s draw.
The Blues return to motion on April 1 when Aston Villa go to Stamford Bridge – the 2 sides are solely separated within the Premier League desk by aim distinction.