Why Havertz shouldn’t be trying ahead to enjoying in opposition to Kante at Euro 2020

Germany in group of demise

By far and away the hardest group of Euro 2020, which is about to start subsequent week, is Group F.

The group consists of France, who after all gained the 2018 World Cup and made it to the ultimate of Euro 2016.

Portugal, who’re the present holders of the Euros and who gained the inaugural Nations League match in 2019 are additionally in Group F.

The group is then rounded out by Germany and Hungary.

Havertz on Kante

Germany are traditionally a prime aspect, however current years have seen them on the decline considerably.

They didn’t make it out of a fairly straightforward group on the 2018 World Cup, and should not seen as one of many favourites to make it out of this summer season’s group both.

These spots are as an alternative trying prone to go to France and Portugal, the previous of which Germany start their Euro 2020 in opposition to on June 15th.

Stated tie is predicted to see Chelsea teammates Kai Havertz, Antonio Rudiger and Timo Werner pitted in opposition to N’Golo Kante.

Forward of the sport, Havertz has been praising Kante, but additionally explaining why it’s not good to need to play in opposition to him this summer season:

“If you see [Kante], you must smile. He is a superb persona and an important individual,” Havertz advised reporters on Friday. 

“And an important soccer participant. As an attacking participant, I’m at all times pleased when he’s on the pitch. You may make a number of errors as a result of he at all times wins the ball again. He’s quick, agile and at all times will get his leg in.

“That’s why it’s not so good to need to play in opposition to him within the first match of the European Championship, after all.”

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