Chelsea supporters on social media bowed down to the admin of Bayer Leverkusen’s Twitter account following their recent post regarding Kai Havertz.

Leverkusen’s hidden tweeter has built up quite a reputation for sending witty replies and red hot shutdowns.

Their latest internet interaction involved a player known well to both the Blues and the Bundesliga club.

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Leverkusen letting them know

The contact started with one user claiming Bayern Munich bought all the best stars, making the division heavily one-sided.

Leverkusen highlighted the fact they hadn’t sold anyone to Bayern for nearly two decades.

Another keyboard warrior suggested Die Werkself had not produced a top talent since their last trade with Bayern.

Quick as you like, Leverkusen gently reminded the assailant that the last top talent they constructed literally scored the Champions League-winning goal earlier this year.

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They were, of course, referring to Havertz, who cemented his place in Chelsea’s history by converting against Manchester City.


Blues fans can now list Leverkusen as teams in their corner.

Here’s how they reacted to the cyberspace conversation about Havertz:

Come on, Kai

Although Chelsea owe Leverkusen for manufacturing their European decider, perhaps they could have asked for a few more magical moments to be wired into his hard drive.

Havertz has not had all his own way following the expensive switch to Stamford Bridge last summer.

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Inconsistent form, struck down by covid, change in manager; all factors that have contributed to a confusing start to life as a Blue.

But with Thomas Tuchel at the helm, the hope is now the 22-year-old will truly come out of his skin and give the Leverkusen controller another thing to gloat about.

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