‘I’m happy with Kay, this is what I wanted the night for’: French Lampard signed to Chelsea’s record of মিল 89 million
Frank Lampard praised Kai Hawartz for ‘first on many great nights’ after scoring a £ 89 million forward hat-trick in Barnsley-0-0.
The 21-year-old suffered a slow start to his blues career after playing broadly to the right of his debut against Brighton and then used it centrally in a 2-0 defeat against Liverpool before being knocked out for half-time.
It asks Jamie Carragher how the club’s record signing fits into Chelsea’s system after his low-key display.
Chelsea record holder Kai Hawartz scored a hat-trick in Barnsley-0-0
Lampard stressed that he knows Hawartz’s best position and his role for the team will become clear when he reaches full fitness.
And Hawartz responded in strong fashion on Wednesday night to the No. 10 role at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard said, ‘I’m happy with Kaike, it was everything the night wanted for me
Germany were enriched in the number ten spot by the Chelsea Carabao Cup riots
‘Because Kaye didn’t have a pre-season, and it took him a few days to sign for the club.
‘Tonight was a great practice for him to see how we want to use the ball, to be a part of it for him.
‘He tackled a great recovery for Ross’ goal. And then get some freedom on the ball and move around to more central areas.
The 21-year-old forward completed his hat-trick with a clever finish on Wednesday night
‘I thought it was a great combination with Tammy, and in terms of confidence I am satisfied with the way he grew up in the game. It was a great night for Kai and the first of many for him. ‘
Tammy Abraham, Ross Berkeley and Olivier Giroud all found the link to Havertz’s hat-trick, enriching him in Germany’s number ten role.
Speaking after the match, Hawartz said: “I am very happy to have scored my first goal here at Chelsea, I am very happy to have won and I am happy with my three goals and I hope we can go on like this.”
Tammy Abraham inaugurated the scoring for Chelsea and celebrated with Kai Hawartz
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was thrilled when Hawartz started slowly behind him.
Focusing on the role of Abraham in his performance, Hawartz added: ‘I think he’s a very, very good striker and I think our partnership on the pitch was very good.
‘It was our first game together but I like him very much as a striker. As number ten, playing with him is very good for me. ‘