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Havertz was dragged off in the 71st minute as he failed to make an impression in the Premier League clash on Tuesday.
He failed to create a single chance and had no shot attempts in his miserable outing as the Blues lost 2-1 at Molineux.
Kai Havertz failed to create a single chance and had no shot attempts in his 71 minutes against Wolves.- Squawka Football (@Squawka) December 15, 2020
His last direct Premier League goal involvement came in MD5 against Southampton. pic.twitter.com/pk1eVB3smg
Frank Lampard was critical of his performance but remains adamant that he'll become a "top player" for the club.
Though Twitter was way less forgiving as supporters on social media slammed the 21-year-old's latest showing.
Havertz is looking like one of the biggest flops in PL history but because he doesn't play for United or Arsenal the media won't pay attention to his 90 million price tag- RiZzy:red_circle: (@RiZzyUTD) December 15, 2020
One user even compiled his moments versus Wolves - and against Everton last weekend - in a savage clip, sarcastically titling it: "Kai Havertz Vs Wolves & Everton (A) I Generational Talent."
Kai Havertz Vs Wolves & Everton (A) ' Generational Talent :fire: pic.twitter.com/bz3SRnlExY- :school_satchel: (@TS10i_) December 16, 2020
On the German international, Lampard told BBC Radio 5 Live: "Kai can play better, we know that, and he'll know that himself tonight.
"He's going to be a top player for the club, I keep saying the same thing.
"Tonight wasn't the best for him, neither the best for some others."
When asked if the defeat to Wolves is a wake-up call for some of his stars, Lampard replied: "Maybe, it's not for me.
"When everyone gets excited after Leeds I was the last one to get excited because I understand what the season is and I understand where we're at.
"We have some younger players, we have some new players to the league, they do need to understand that these games come and if we want to get to where we want to get to we have to see them through, and we didn't do it."
Chelsea's £72 million man has only scored one goal and recorded one assist in the league this season.
Lampard's team resume their league campaign against West Ham next Monday.
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