Chelsea's Timo Werner & Kai Havertz Both Score in Germany Draw

Chelsea forwards Timo Werner and Kai Havertz both scored for Germany in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday night, contributing towards a 3-3 draw with Switzerland.

Germany were initially 2-0 down inside 26 minutes at the game in Cologne, but Werner pulled the first one back soon afterwards and Havertz equalised after half-time. Switzerland went back ahead again, only for Bayern Munich’s Serge Gnabry to make it 3-3.

Havertz scored his second international goal in the 3-3 draw | Martin Rose/Getty Images

Havertz, who only turned 21 in June, admitted that Germany are currently a ‘young side’ that need to learn and improve. However, he also thought there were ‘plenty of positives’ to take away.

For Havertz, it was only the second goal of a fledgling senior international career, while he also assisted Werner’s goal, a good sign for Chelsea fans hoping for a flourishing relationship at Stamford Bridge over the months and years to come.

This month has marked Havertz’s first international appearances for a year, having not featured during the September international break.

As well as scoring his 13th international goal, Werner also got the assist for Gnabry’s equaliser.