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‘I don’t give a f***!’ – Kai Havertz shuts down reporter’s question after Chelsea’s Champions League win


The Blues’ record signing bagged the only goal of the night (Picture: BT Sport)

Kai Havertz dropped two f-bombs during his live post-match interview following Chelsea’s Champions League final victory, swatting aside a question about his expensive price tag.

The German has endured an often difficult season at Stamford Bridge since his club-record £89million move and, prior to Sunday’s showpiece against Manchester City in Porto, had failed to net in the Champions League.

But he picked a perfect time to break his duck, rounding goalkeeper Ederson and rolling the ball into an empty net to seal a 1-0 victory for the west Londoners.

The German’s first-half goal decided Saturday night’s contest (Picture: Getty)

Havertz has received plenty of criticism this season for not living up to his price tag, and when it was brought up yet again after the game he emphatically shut down the reporter’s question.

Asked during his interview with BT Sport if he had at last repaid his transfer fee, Havertz responded: ‘To be honest, right now, I don’t give a f*** on that!

‘We won the f***ing Champions League! I mean, we just celebrate now.’

Pitch-side reporter Des Kelly then turned to the camera and apologised to viewers, saying: ‘I apologise for that fruity language but you understand why, the emotions are flying high.’

Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta had interrupted the interview to celebrate with Havertz, praising the German not only for his goal but his work rate in the match too.

‘He was so calm,’ said the Spaniard. ‘Not only that, he runs like crazy! That’s why he deserves this.’

Havertz’s goal secured Chelsea’s second Champions League title (Picture: AP)

Asked how it feels to score the winning goal in a Champions League final, Havertz added: ‘I don’t know what to say. I really don’t know what to say. I waited a long time.

‘Now I want to thank my family, my parents, my grandmother and my girlfriend. I don’t know what to say.

‘I’ve waited 15 years for this moment and now it’s here.’


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