Okay, so that might be a mild exaggeration, but seeing Havertz finally break his duck, finally scoring a goal after a 20-match drought, has to finally ease the pressure of the player. That it was a relatively meaningless third goal matters little. The player who’s been doing so many other things so well to so little recognition finally has his goal. I’ve been insisting that his critics have to stop ball-watching and focus on Havertz off the ball. He’s an intelligent, incisive player, and he’s turned in another strong if not quite stellar pitch. And that chant? [kisses two fingers and thumb like a French chef]. We’ll have to give Havertz a curtain call. For now, let’s get to the post-match poll.