The Blues had 70 per cent possession of the game and had 25 shots, but converted only one chance into a goal and ended up equalizing in the second half by Martinez Vedra.
The Germany star, who scored for the team in the lead in the game, admitted that he was frustrated that the team failed to win the title. by feeling that the team lost two important points
“In the last seven games I think we have done very well. Including today,” Havertz told NBC after the game.
“We have many opportunities. But he could only score one goal. So we lost two important points, of course, it’s really frustrating.”
Chelsea star Kai Havertz commented on Burnley’s playstyle as he expressed his frustration over the 1-1 draw on Saturday.
It looked very promising for the Blues after the 22-year-old took the lead in the 33rd minute of the game.
Unfortunately, despite their dominance, Chelsea failed to extend their lead and were eventually punished for not killing the game in the last 10 minutes.
The hosts should be familiar with having to face teams that defend deep at this point. But Havertz understandably could not hide his frustration with the result.