Three Chelsea players all found the back of the net for their countries in tonight’s international friendlies, while a young Blue continued to impress at this level on his first start for England…
Kai Havertz and Timo Werner started in a front two and fired Germany to a 2-0 friendly win over Israel, their eighth win in a row to maintain a 100 per cent record under manager Hansi Flick. Antonio Rudiger was an unused substitute.

Havertz has been in fine scoring form for Chelsea recently and had already been denied twice by the goalkeeper when he headed Germany into the lead from a corner after 36 minutes. Werner joined him on the scoresheet with a left-footed near-post finish shortly before half-time.

That made it six goals in his last six international appearances for Timo. The Blues duo were taken off before a chaotic ending saw both teams miss injury-time penalties.