German young player Kai Havertz is hoping for a kind of wake-up effect after the 6-0 debacle in the DFB selection against Spain.
“I think that a young team like the one we have at the moment will learn a lot from a 6-0 loss. We will come back, it will be one hundred percent. We have great quality in the team,” said the 21-year-old from Chelsea in a Sky interview.
At the same time, Havertz welcomed the decision of national coach Joachim Löw to lead the team to the Euro 2021 with a new motivation.
“In the end, however, we are very happy with the coach and we still have a lot to do in the future. I appeal to the patience of both the media and the fans,” said the former Leverkusen player.
Havertz held back on a possible return of the national players Thomas Müller, Mats Hummels and Jérôme Boateng, who had been retired by Löw.
“For me, these are exceptional players who have performed very well for the team. But we can’t decide that, the national coach has to do that, “said the young star, who has so far played ten internationals games: “It would be wrong if I were to say something directly. “
Source – Sport BILD