Most of European champions Chelsea football club star players were not involved at the ongoing international break World Cup qualifiers fixtures for their respective nations, and are having a great time out there around the globe taking their minds away from the footballing activities, recharging and refreshing themselves ahead of the return of club football.
Last night, four of the Blues first team star players Trevor Chalobah, Hakim Ziyech, Romelu Lukaku, and Kepa Arrizabalaga, all flew to the United States of America to watch over the basketball encounter between Miami Heats and Brooklyn Nets.
The four stars of the West London Club were on the spotlight as they watched and cheered on their favourite team at the fully packed FTC Arena. After the game was over, they were later taken to the Miami Heats dressing room where they were honored with their names fully crested on the walls.
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