Bayer Leverkusen lead trainer Peter Bosz commended “extraordinary player” Kai Havertz yet demanded the sought after star can improve in the midst of developing interest.
Havertz kept on polishing his notoriety with a first-half support as Leverkusen squashed modest Werder Bremen 4-1 in the Bundesliga on Monday.
The Germany global – much of the time the subject of move tattle sections in the midst of connections to Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal – opened the scoring in the 28th moment and reestablished Leverkusen’s lead five minutes after the fact following Theodor Gebre Selassie’s equalizer.
Subsequent to whipping assignment compromised Bremen in secret at Weser-Stadion due to the coronavirus pandemic, Bosz told journalists: “Kai [Havertz] is an extraordinary player, however I don’t think he made his best game today. He can improve.
“I’ve known him for a long time now and I know he can do much better. It has to do with the rhythm. But for every player the captain’s armband is something special. And so it will be for Kai.”
Havertz, 20, added: “I’m very happy. We didn’t make many mistakes and deservedly won.
“Now we want to continue like this on Saturday in Monchengladbach.”
The result was Leverkusen’s fourth in succession as the Bundesliga returned over the weekend following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Leverkusen are fifth in the table, eight points behind defending champions and leaders Bayern Munich.
“We are naturally satisfied, as you have to be when you win the first game after a two-month break with 4-1 in Bremen,” Bosz said. “There were many question marks before. I think we deserved to win, although we didn’t always play very well. That has to do with the rhythm.
“We lost easy balls during the game, which we normally don’t lose. But like I said, if you win 4-1 here, you have to be satisfied. And I am satisfied.”