“For Wrong Reasons” – Kai Havertz’s Arsenal debut highlights against FC Nurnberg have gone viral

Highlights of Kai Havertz’s debut for Arsenal against FC Nurnberg have gained significant attention and gone viral.

After a disappointing 2022/23 season with Chelsea, where the club finished in 12th place in the Premier League, Havertz decided it was time for a change.

Following weeks of negotiations, Arsenal officially announced the signing of Havertz from Chelsea in a deal reportedly worth £65 million.

Fans are eagerly sharing and discussing his impressive performance in his debut, signaling high hopes for his impact at his new club.

Following Mikel Arteta’s decision not to include Kai Havertz in the starting lineup for Arsenal’s match against FC Nurnberg, a video capturing Havertz’s 45-minute cameo has gained significant attention and become viral. T

he Gunners went into halftime with a 1-0 lead courtesy of an excellent goal from Bukayo Saka. Havertz was introduced at the start of the second half, replacing Reiss Nelson.

However, during his time on the pitch, Havertz struggled to make an impact as Arsenal ended up drawing 1-1, with an unusual own goal by Jorginho.

The circulating video showcases Havertz’s performance in the match, stirring discussions among football fans.

Fans were quick to react to the German’s performance on social media.

One said: “Here he is 70 mill.”

Another tweeted: “Watching this Havertz performance knowing he’s no longer a Chelsea player THANK YOU ARSENAL.”

A third fan added: “He ain’t even playing for my club anymore but these performances still p*** me off. that’s how bad Havertz is.”

However, some fans were quick to defend Havertz.

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One tweeted: “Notice how Havertz is always in the right spot in the box. So much for a failed comp.”

A second person said: “Has good spacing and positioning in the box. I’m confused.”

Someone else wrote: “Being in good position and drinking water in a fail comp una.”

Whilst a fourth commented: “This is the worst fail comp ever man. Literally no mistakes in it.”

Arsenal will now head to the United States for a pre-season tour, where they will take on the likes of the MLS All-Stars, Manchester United and Barcelona.

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