Arsenal fans create new chant for Kai Havertz as £60million man nets first goal

Arsenal fans create new chant for Kai Havertz as £60million man nets first goal

Arsenal secured a 4-0 victory against Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday, with Kai Havertz scoring his first goal for the team. Despite recent criticism for his on-field performances, the German international contributed a penalty goal in the second half, helping Arsenal narrow the gap with Manchester City to just one point.

Bukayo Saka opened the scoring for Arsenal before Martin Odegaard’s penalty kick extended their lead to 2-0 at halftime. In the second half, goals from Havertz and Ben White sealed the victory, pushing Bournemouth into the relegation zone.

Following the match, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta expressed his satisfaction, stating, “I’m really happy for the win, but I’m even happier to be part of a team that shows the human qualities that they do today.” Arteta highlighted the empathetic support for Havertz, who had faced doubts, and commended the fans for making the German player feel appreciated. Arteta stated, “The way our fans made Havertz feel makes me very delighted. He is the player who most certainly deserves that. It’s likely going to change everything.” Arteta emphasized that any doubts Havertz might have had about the fans’ feelings towards him are dispelled.

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