Chelsea manager Graham Potter has criticised Kai Havertz following the German’s goal celebration during the Blues’ 2-2 draw with Everton.
After scoring a penalty past Toffees goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, Havertz cupped his hands to his ears and stuck out his tongue in mockery.
Potter expressed his disappointment in the incident, saying that while players should enjoy their celebrations they shouldn’t involve their opponents.
The result kept the Blues 11 points off a fourth spot in the Premier League with 11 games left and Potter was nonetheless frustrated with dropping two points against Everton.
Following the domestic break, Chelsea face Aston Villa at home before drawing Real Madrid in Friday’s Champions League quarter-final draw; it will be a chance for them to avenge last year’s same stage defeat.
This article was updated 1 month ago