Flaws In Havertz’s Performance Against Japan Explains Why He Shouldn’t Be Used As A Striker Again
Germany was upset by Japan in the opening game of World Cup Group E this afternoon as the Asian side came from behind to beat them 2-1. Meanwhile, flaws in Havertz’s performance have explained why he shouldn’t be used as a striker again.
The Chelsea star didn’t see much of the ball when he led the line for Germany this evening. Although he had a disallowed goal his performance was awful.
Gundongan gave Germany the lead from the spot before second-half goals from Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano stole the three points for Japan.
However, Havertz was taken off after 79th as a result of his woeful performance. The 23-year-old lacks positioning which is one of the greatest strengths of a good striker. He finished the game with 27 touches, 0 shots, 1 key pass, 1 tackle, and 3 offsides.
This shows that Hansi Flick should find a better position for Havertz, probably the number ten role as that might be his best position.
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