Nike and its Phantom are being given justification for its use among professionals with the dynamic play of Kai Havertz, one of Europe's rising stars. The Phantom Vision 2's great reputation as a midfield boot grew thanks to Havertz taking advantage of its multi-textured Hyperscreen technology to have a good grip of the ball for either an incisive pass or an accurate shot on goal. Furthermore, Havertz intelligent movement on the pitch is supported by the Phantom Vision 2's Hyperprecision outsole and its combination of conical, bladed studs and the 'toe agility zone.' The performance of the young prospect is a good indication that the Flyknit upper and Quadfit mesh makes the Vision 2 a good fit for the player.
Phantom Boot for Kai Havertz
Initially a Mercurial Vapor player, Kai Havertz is now a resident Phantom wearer, even getting the chance to debut the Hypervenom looking Special Edition Future DNA last March 2020 in their DFB Cup match against Union Berlin. He has also worn the other special Vision 2 colourways like the Wavelength and Player Inspired and went on to wear the summer Neighbourhood pack.
Kai Havertz is now gaining status as the next-in-line to the highly regarded Michael Ballack for both club and Die Mannschaft. While he has already established his attacking midfield game, his form in front of the goal speaks highly of his capability to lead the front line. He is technically gifted in so many aspects of his play that he is nicknamed as Alleskönner-a player who can do everything. Relatively young at just 21 years of age, Havertz professional career is mainly with Bayern Leverkusen, the club that gave him his first-team debut when he was 17 years old. However, given his stats, his regular place with the team, and his Bundesliga record of being the youngest player to reach 100 appearances and youngest goalscorer and debutant for Bayern Leverkusen, it is no surprise that Havertz is attracting Europe's top domestic teams and is also being monitored by the German national team. Given Germany's disappointing group-stage exit last 2018 World Cup, Kai Havertz is being eyed as one of the players to lead the nation's campaign in 2022. The call to perform on the international stage might even come in earlier than that as Euro 2020 is still expected to push through any moment between this year or next year.
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