Chelsea and Villarreal meet in Northern Ireland for the European Super Cup. Kai Havertz, who will decide the Champions League final in May, says they are ready for a battle against the Spaniards.
|Champions League final winner Kai Havertz will cross Villarreal on Wednesday night (Photo: AFP)|
|“The start of the season couldn’t be better than a European Cup match! I respect Emery Emai, a show he’s doing in the Europa League. He’s already won four times, the series should be renamed the Unai Cup. Of course we want to win the finals.”
The 2021-2022 European football season officially kicks off on Wednesday evening in Belfast. In the capital of Northern Ireland, Champions League winners Chelsea and Europa League champions Villarreal will compete for the European Super Cup. After Thomas Tuchel (with Zolt Law, who helped with his work) took charge of Chelsea in January, he immediately led the London squad to victory in the Champions League. Kai Havertz scored the only goal in the May Porto final against Manchester City, which led to the London League winning their second cup in history.
|“So far I have played two matches in the European Super Cup, and lost both. I want to finally win on Wednesday night.”
“A great memory of the final against Manchester City, when he was a kid, everyone dreams of winning this series Tell the official Chelsea website Kai Havertz. We have big goals for the season, one of which is winning the European Super Cup. We are not content with our success in the Premier League in May, we want to win more titles this season than last year. We have a great framework, it was nice to meet our guys again during the preparation period, everyone is ready for the battle against Villarreal.”
|The summer of the Spanish Europa League-winning squad has not been smooth sailing. Injuries, players falling behind due to miscellaneous commitments, coronavirus – all this has hampered Unai Emery’s guard during the summer pre-season. Gerard Moreno and Pau Torres The European Championships (the latter also featured in the Tokyo Olympics), Ecuadorean Pervis Estupina, later joined the frame because of the Copa America, so they’re not in 100 percent strength. Daniel Parejo was injured in the pre-match against Levante, which is why his match against Chelsea is called into question, and Samuel Chukwueze is definitely unavailable for Emery due to a thigh injury. The coronavirus has mainly caused the Spanish squad’s midfield problems, Francis Coquelin, Vicente Iborra, Moy Gomez and Etienne Capoy have also been infected, so they will not be on the field on Wednesday night, and the new squad could also be Boulay Dea and Paco Alcacer. Missed. the meeting.
The London side owe mainly to their excellent defense that they will play the Super Cup match in Belfast on Wednesday night, having scored just four goals in 13 matches in the previous Champions League tournament.
“It sounds good, but that’s the past– the team defender took the floor, Antonio Rudiger. As a team, we won the Champions League, but now we only watch the match on Wednesday night. Obviously success easily forms a team, but we have more than that: we are a family. The squad is still young, the European Super Cup once again a good chance to prove it. Here with us is our “grandfather”, Thiago Silva, who turns 37 in September, an excellent role model for young people, there is a lot to learn from him.”
The 28-year-old German midfielder could not have imagined a better program for himself on Wednesday night than the Super Cup match in Belfast.
“After the holidays, I could not have wished for a better program for myself. We want to take the cup to London, I love winning titles. Unai Emery is an excellent professional, it is no coincidence that he has won the European League four times, but we are ready from Villarreal, we are going to Northern Ireland to win.”
Super Cup winners so far
1973: Dutch Ajax.
1974: Not regulated
1975: Dynamo Kiev (Soviet)
1976: Anderlecht (Belga).
1977: Liverpool (English)
1979: Nottingham Forest (English)
1980: Valencia (Spain).
1981: Not regulated
1982: Aston Villa (English)
1983: Aberdeen (Scotland)
1984: Juventus (Italian)
1985: Not regulated
1986: Steaua Bucharest (Romanian).
1987: Porto, Portugal
1988: Mechelen (Belgium).
1989: Milan (Italy)
1991: Manchester United (English)
1992: Barcelona (Spain).
1993: Parma (Italian)
1998: Chelsea (Angol)
1999: Lazio (Italian)
2000: Galatasaray (Turkish)
2002: Real Madrid (Spain).
2006: Seville (Spain)
2008: Zenith (in Russian)
2010: Atletico Madrid (Spain).
2012: Atletico Madrid
2013: Bayern Munich (Germany)
2014: Real Madrid
2016: Real Madrid
2017: Real Madrid
2018: Atletico Madrid
2020: Bayern Munich
European Super Cup
21.00: Chelsea (Angol) – Villarreal (Spain), Belfast (television: M4 Sport) – Live on a UFO!
|Zsolt Lőw could win another trophy (Image: Getty Images)|
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