Kai Havertz feels Germany's elimination was like a horror movie

Kai Havertz heartbroken after Germany’s World Cup exit.

The four-time winners were crashed out of the tournament after Japan’s surprising 2-1 win over Spain last night.

Even though Germany beat Costa Rica 4-2 last night, Spain progressed ahead of Germany on goal difference.

Chelsea midfielder Kai Havertz explains how his team discovered their fate during the game against Costa Rica.

“When it happens this way, it feels like watching like a horror movie,” said Havertz.

“We learned during the match that Japan were leading, and then the rankings were displayed in the stadium. We still had a little hope that Spain would score.

“But then we noticed that the Japan match was over.”

The 23-year-old tells that things are not working out for German football for the past several years.

“When you go out twice in the first round and once in the round of 16, it’s extremely bitter.

“We have to be honest and say that for four years, everything hasn’t been going well.

“Now we’ve been knocked out twice in the group stage. I don’t think we’re a tournament team anymore.”


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