Chelsea's Kai Havertz produced impressive highlights during Germany 3-3 Switzerland

Kai Havertz scored and assisted in Germany's 3-3 draw with Switzerland

Kai Havertz is primed and ready to take the Premier League by storm in 2020/21.

After a few below-par displays upon joining Chelsea for £72m this summer, the German now looks back to his best for both club and country.

Prior to the international break, Havertz dazzled in the Blues' 4-0 win against Crystal Palace and he's replicated that form with Germany over the past week or so.

The 21-year-old was Die Mannschaft's standout performer in the 3-3 draw with Turkey last week and he was the star of the show once again yesterday evening versus Switzerland in Cologne.

Joachim Low's side were involved in another 3-3 draw, defensive regulars Manuel Neuer and Antonio Rudiger gifting the visitors their goals.

Neuer & Rudiger were at fault for Switzerland's second goal

So it was up to Havertz to deliver and the Chelsea man did just that, assisting Timo Werner to make it 2-1 on the night before finding the back of the net himself to make it 2-2.

Havertz was then instrumental in Germany's third goal of the evening by setting Werner free down the right and the striker's cross was expertly dispatched by Serge Gnabry.

A world-class display from Chelsea's record signing and you can watch his individual highlights from last night below. Keep your eyes peeled for a spicy nutmeg at 1:06...

His languid dribbling style is just so easy on the eye - and it's also a nightmare for those attempting to thwart him.

Havertz's finish for his goal possessed the composure of a seasoned veteran, not that of a player only just old enough to buy a beer in the United States of America.

The German starlet created six chances and played five key passes against Switzerland, with 91% of his overall passes finding a teammate.

Chelsea have finally found the Frank Lampard-esque midfielder they've been desperately seeking for years, a playmaker capable of scoring between 10 to 20 goals a season.

With Lampard as his mentor, Premier League defences should probably start constructing plans on how to stop the Blues' future talisman.

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