I think he did very well transitioning the ball to the attack and played a bunch of smart passes, that should have led to bigger chances. Also won the ball back by pressing more times than anybody else except Kante. If losing possession is the important stat, CHO did that more often in half the game than Havertz over 90 minutes. But thats a misleading stat to look at for attacking players. Obviously Havertz isnt playing at his best yet, but imo he was easily in our top 3 players yesterday and deserves the praise he has been getting.