National (Site notre bureau spécialisé)er Kai Havertz draws Chelsea on how you succeed in the Premier League.
The former Leverkusen player gave the Londoners a 2-0 (2-0) lead against AFC Bournemouth, who had said goodbye to the World Cup truce with 3 consecutive defeats in the league.
Havertz played strong after the disappointment of the World Cup with Germany and, in addition to his goal (16th), prepared the 2-0 thanks to Mason Mount (24th).
Besides Havertz, team manager Graham Potter has trusted six other World Cup drivers in his starting XI, including former Gladbacher Denis Zakaria, who made his first appearance for Les Bleus.
Chelsea moved up to class at home with their seventh win of the season in 15 games and at least keep the international ranks in sight.