Adhering To the Blues’ triumph over the People, the African football symbols have actually signed up with the remainder of the globe in commemorating Thomas Tuchel’s guys
Didier Drogba, John Obi Mikel, Michael Essien as well as Samuel Eto’o have actually sent out congratulatory messages to Chelsea following their Champions League triumph.
The Stamford Bridge titans silenced Manchester City 1-0 at the Estadio do Dragao to be crowned as kings of Europe for the 2nd time in their background.
Benefiting from an aid from Mason Mount, Kai Havertz slotted the sphere right into the web after defeating goalkeeper Ederson Moraes.
That 42nd-minute initiative divided both groups in Portugal as Pep Guardiola’s guys would certainly have themselves responsible for their lack of ability to transform points around regardless of offering of remarkable sphere property.
As the globe remains to celebrate Thomas Tuchel’s guys, the previous Chelsea celebrities have actually required to social networks to sign up with the party.
Essien – that invested 14 years at the club – as well as belonged to the Blues’ group to assist the Londoners win the European diadem for the extremely very first time in 20212 required to Instagram to admire the heroics of his previous side.
“Here they are the Champions of Europe. Congratulations boys. You guys did it again. Bravoo,” the previous Ghana global created.
After leaving Chelsea, the midfielder bet Air Conditioner Milan, Panathinaikos, Persib Bandung as well as Sabail prior to revealing his retired life.
In the exact same blood vessel, previous Nigeria global Mikel stood for the club for 11 years prior to leaving for China’s Tianjin Teda in 2017 was not excluded.
“Well done boys, we are the blues,” the Stoke City midfielder created.
After spells at Barcelona, Inter Milan as well as Anzhi Makhachkala, Eto’o authorized a 1 year handle the Premier League club for an unrevealed cost in 2013.
Although he did not win any kind of cutlery at Stamford Bridge throughout his trophy-laden profession, the Cameroon football tale praised the two-time European champions.
“The best,” the 40-year-old captioned his message on social networks.
For Drogba, he admired the group captained by Cesar Azpilicueta for their self-confidence.
“We believed, they believed,” according to the 43-year-old.
The two-time African Gamer of the Year delighted in an extraordinary spell with the English club following his step from Olympique Marseille in July 2004 for ₤ 24 million.
There, he won 4 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups, 3 Carabao Mugs as well as 2 FA Area Shields.