“It’s not fun playing against Rudiger in Training” – Kai Havertz

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– Chelsea star, Kai Havertz speaks on his team mate, Antonio Rüdiger’s impact at Chelsea.

– The two Chelsea mates will be together once again in the German National Team.

– But that is like a nightmare for him again after confessing it’s not fun playing against him during training sessions

Antonio Rudiger was a force under both Conte and Sarri but struggled to make any impact under former Boss Frank Lampard and even relegated to the bench.

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There were intense rumors he may be heading to the Chelsea exit door but that quickly went off after Lampard was fired due to poor performances that took them out of the title race struggling to end the season in top four.

“It’s not fun playing against Rudiger in Training” - Kai Havertz
Havertz and Rudiger on international dury for Germany

The appointment of Tuchel gave him some more confidence and Rudiger became the main man he was at Chelsea’s centre back and Havertz revealed everyone noted the stability in the team kn the pitch under the new manager.

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“[Rudiger] has given us so much stability over the last few months. After Tuchel’s arrival, he played outstandingly. The UCL winning goal scorer said

Talking about his impact and that of N’golo Kante, the Kai Havertz said he is as important for the squad as the French International and that was where he confess he doesn’t enjoy too much playing against him during training die to his serious and aggressive tackling skills.

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“As a mentality player, he’s also important. On the pitch, he’s a warrior. A bit like Kante – you want him in your team.

“Playing against him in training isn’t as much fun either. The last few months have been top. It was very hard for him at first and now he’s fought his way out of it.” He concluded

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