Eagle-eyed fans spot embarrassing moment Arsenal star Havertz is ‘made to look like a TODDLER’ against Tottenham

FANS have joked that Kai Havertz “looked like a toddler” during the game against Tottenham.

Arsenal’s summer signing came on as a second-half substitute but didn’t have much of an impact on the game.

Kai Havertz tried to win the ball back from Tottenham


Kai Havertz tried to win the ball back from TottenhamPhoto credit: Twitter
Pape Matar Sarr easily shook off the German


Pape Matar Sarr easily shook off the GermanPhoto credit: Twitter

In fact, his most noticeable contribution was trying to fight for the ball before it went out of bounds.

However, 24-year-old Havertz was unable to clear Pape Matar Sarr and was thrown to the ground by the midfielder.

A recent clip was posted on social media and went viral.

And fans couldn’t help but poke fun at the Gunners star.

One tweeted: “There’s nothing to see here, just 21 year old Pape Sarr modeling the 1.90 meter tall Kai Havertz as if he were a toddler.”

A second commented: “Havertz will be in the top three funniest players of this generation, maybe even of all time.”

A third wrote: “Embarrassing lol.”

A fourth said: “It’s really embarrassing.”


Havertz was signed alongside Jorginho as Declan Rice and Fabio Vieria.

Rice had to be substituted due to injury, while Vieira had to come on for tactical reasons.

The game ended 2-2 as Arsenal took the lead twice and squandered it twice.

Bukayo Saka was the key player for the Gunners as he forced an own goal from Chrisitan Romero in the first half before converting a penalty in the second half.

The England international imitated Spurs star James Maddison’s dart throw.

Off the pitch, Arsenal fans sang an X-rated chant about Harry Kane leaving their summer rivals, while Aaron Ramsdale and David Raya hugged before the game.

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Emma Bowman

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