How Chelsea's Official X Account Reacted After Kai Havertz Netted for Arsenal

How Chelsea's Official X Account Reacted After Kai Havertz Netted for Arsenal

Isaac Darko
updated at April 23, 2024 at 9:52 PM
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  • Fans caught Chelsea's X account's response immediately after Kai Havertz's goal
  • The ex-Chelsea star scored a brace as Arsenal thumped the Blues at the Emirates
  • The 24-year-old forward left the Stamford Bridge outfit for the Gunners last summer

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Football enthusiasts quickly noticed Chelsea's official X account's response to Kai Havertz's goals against his former team.

The German international netted twice as Arsenal thrashed the Blues 5-0 at the Emirates on Tuesday night.

The 24-year-old notched the third goal for Mikel Arteta's side and swiftly followed up with the fourth moments later.

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Kai Havertz scored twice in Arsenal's 5-0 thrashing of Chelsea on April 23. Photos by Stuart MacFarlane
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Havertz, who left the Blues for the Gunners last summer, scored his first goal of the evening after receiving a superb pass from Martin Odegaard.

Skillfully holding off Marc Cucurella, the German calmly slotted the ball into the net, per the BBC.

With a celebratory spin, he acknowledged the enthusiastic home crowd.

Although Chelsea credited the scorers for the first and second goals on X, they notably left out Havertz's name after his goals.

"Goal for the Gunners," the club wrote on social media. For his second goal, they wrote: "Goal to Arsenal."

Fans reactions

Football fans on social media quickly took note of Chelsea's failure to include Havertz's name on X.

@lebrazill said:

"Don’t be shy tell us who scored it."

@EmmanuelAlufa posted:

"The rejected stone becomes the chief corner stone."

@Jokobahi shared:

"They are Scared."

@nothenrywinter added:

"Sooooooo petty. You love to see it."

@_Illum1nati joked:

"I bet they have a kid as their social media manager."

@0014Variant posted:

"It's paining them and I love it."

How Arsenal thrashed Chelsea

Sports Brief reported that Havertz and Ben White both netted twice as Arsenal dominated Chelsea 5-0 on Tuesday, taking the lead in the Premier League title chase and intensifying pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City.

Trossard also found the net for the Gunners, who now sit three points ahead of Liverpool and four ahead of Manchester City.

However, the title race's outcome still depends on City's performance, as they have two games in hand. Meanwhile, Liverpool, with one game less than Arsenal, are set to face Everton in the Merseyside derby on Wednesday.

Haverts celebrates after scoring against Chelsea

Sports Brief also reported that Havertz celebrated wildly after scoring in Arsenal's demolition exercise against Chelsea.

With his brace against Mauricio Pochettino's men, the 24-year-old became the first former Chelsea star to score twice against the Stamford Bridge outfit.

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Isaac Darko is a La Liga, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga editor at Sports Brief with a Degree in Journalism and Communications from Ghana Institute of Journalism (2010)