Kai Havertz was angry about the talks about where he should play.

Kai Havertz was angry about the talks

After Germany lost to Japan in the World Cup, Kai Havertz was annoyed by people asking him about his best position.

Kai Havertz did not do a good job leading the line for his country as Germany lost 2-1 in their first game in Qatar. Many people doubted his ability to lead the line at the top level.

People have said a lot about the forward’s skills in front of the goal, even though he has had the same problems at Chelsea over the past few years.

When asked about it at a press conference, the 23-year-old was honest: “The positioning issue is getting on my nerves now.

“Everyone knows I can play on the right, on the left, as a No. 9 or as a No. 10. There are differences, but I can play any position up front.”

He also said, “I like playing No. 9, but I know that as a striker, I have to score goals.” I’ll do my best again if I play there on Sunday.”

Even though Havertz has said he would rather be a team’s main striker, he hasn’t been able to show a consistent run of good play. He has only scored three goals in 13 Premier League games this season. He didn’t step up when Romelu Lukaku was out and had difficulty getting into the game against Japan.

Hansi Flick doesn’t have many options for strikers on the national team because Havertz can do many different things, and Thomas Muller is also a more flexible attacker. Niclas Fullkrug, who is 29 years old, came off the bench in the first game and could get a chance to start if the team needs to try something different.