Kai Havertz is primed and ready to take the Premier League by storm in 2020/21.
After a few below-par displays upon joining Chelsea for £72m this summer, the German now looks back to his best for both club and country.
Prior to the international break, Havertz dazzled in the Blues' 4-0 win against Crystal Palace and he's replicated that form with Germany over the past week or so.
The 21-year-old was Die Mannschaft's standout performer in the 3-3 draw with Turkey last week and he was the star of the show once again yesterday evening versus Switzerland in Cologne.
Joachim Low's side were involved in another 3-3 draw, defensive regulars Manuel Neuer and Antonio Rudiger gifting the visitors their goals.
Havertz was then instrumental in Germany's third goal of the evening by setting Werner free down the right and the striker's cross was expertly dispatched by Serge Gnabry.
A world-class display from Chelsea's record signing and you can watch his individual highlights from last night below. Keep your eyes peeled for a spicy nutmeg at 1:06...
His languid dribbling style is just so easy on the eye - and it's also a nightmare for those attempting to thwart him.
Havertz's finish for his goal possessed the composure of a seasoned veteran, not that of a player only just old enough to buy a beer in the United States of America.
The German starlet created six chances and played five key passes against Switzerland, with 91% of his overall passes finding a teammate.
Chelsea have finally found the Frank Lampard-esque midfielder they've been desperately seeking for years, a playmaker capable of scoring between 10 to 20 goals a season.
With Lampard as his mentor, Premier League defences should probably start constructing plans on how to stop the Blues' future talisman.
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