Kai Havertz calls Man City title win ‘unfair’ after Arsenal denied trophy on final day

After Man City defeated Arsenal to win the Premier League, Kain Havertz made a statement.

Kai Havertz calls Man City title win 'unfair' after Arsenal denied trophy on final day

Kai Havertz spoke out after Arsenal lost out on the Premier League title. (Image: TNT Sports)

Kai Havertz reacted sharply to Arsenal’s defeat in the Premier League final. The German forward scored the game’s final goal to give the Gunners a 2-1 victory at the Emirates after they had done their part to defeat Everton.

However, it didn’t really matter because Manchester City defeated West Ham 3-1 at the Etihad. And Havertz expressed his dissatisfaction with the team’s inability to win a top-flight championship for the first time in 20 years in an interview with TNT Sports following the final whistle at the Emirates.

When asked if Arsenal should be happy that they forced the champions to the limit, he answered, “I can’t think about that right now. In football, things aren’t always fair, but we have to accept that.

“Football is challenging. But maybe we can return the following year and give Arsenal supporters what they truly deserve. However, I can assure them that we will be a stronger team and give it our all again the following year.”

The 24-year-old expressed sympathy for fans who had to endure another season without a trophy and acknowledged that it was difficult to draw any positives from the 2023–24 campaign. He went on, “What can I say, I feel so sorry for the Arsenal fans, it wasn’t enough for us.”

“I feel like we deserved more right now, but maybe in two or three months we can look back and say it was a good fight.” We go again the following year, so it wasn’t the end.”

A large portion of the afternoon appeared to be spent by Mikel Arteta’s team fluffing their lines, as the Toffees took the lead just before halftime thanks to a deflected free-kick from Idrissa Gueye. However, Takehiro Tomiyasu equalized after three minutes, and Havertz scored the winning goal from close range after the clock had reached the 89th.

Havertz was not impressed with Everton’s defiance, despite the fact that the team has long since guaranteed their place in the Premier League. He criticized the Toffees for what appeared to be afternoon napping.

He insisted, “We demonstrated outstanding character once more.” They didn’t make things simple for us; starting in the first minute, they played every ball and every throw in down. I felt that they took their time.”


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