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‘Kai Havertz Scores Again’: Arsenal Fans Unleash Shakira Inspired Chant For Striker

‘Kai Havertz Scores Again’: Arsenal Fans Unleash Shakira Inspired Chant For Striker

Kai Havertz finally scored his first goal for Arsenal in their 4-0 battering of AFC Bournemouth.

The Gunners gave their travelling fans something to party about with a dominant display at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday (September 30) and the game was full of loveable moments.

Arsenal raced into a 2-0 lead in the first half and basically put the game to bed even before the second half began. However, soon into the second half, the Gunners received their second penalty of the game after captain Martin Odegaard was tugged down inside the box.

At one point, it appeared that Gabriel Jesus would assume the penalty to get among the scorers himself. However, Odegaard had a chat with him before encouraging Havertz to take the penalty to finally break his goal duck with the club – having been unable to score in his first eight games across all competitions.

Havertz made no mistake in slotting the penalty into the back of the net, and thus started a roaring party at the Vitality Stadium.

The fans got exactly what they needed to debut a brand new chant for Havertz after waiting for this moment for months.

The Kai Havertz chant was almost non-stop sung by the fans until the end of the game and even afterwards, when Odegaard & co urged the supporters to show more appreciation for the summer signing. The lyrics of irresistible Kai Havertz chant goes something like this:

Tsamina mina, eh, eh,
Waka waka, eh, eh,
£60 million down the drain,
Kai Havertz scores again.

Of course, the Havertz chant is heavily inspired by the popular 2010 World Cup theme song ‘Waka Waka’ sung by Shakira. This is one of the most popular World Cup songs of all time and has over 15 million downloads worldwide, also making it one of the biggest hit singles of all time.

The Arsenal fans have clearly taken a big chunk of Shakira’s song and the chorus in particular, which goes something like

Tsamina mina, eh, eh
Waka waka, eh, eh
Tsamina mina zangalewa
This time for Africa

This irresistible little chant is spreading like wildfire among the fanbase, with some Arsenal fans even belting it out at a disco on their trip to Lens during their disappointing 2-1 loss in the Champions League.

The supporters are showing Havertz all the support that they possibly can to lift his confidence levels and ensure that he can start playing at his utmost potential and help the Gunners strongly compete for major titles moving forward.