There is no excitement bigger than that if a Chelsea fan. Having won the match against the spurs, the Blues kept alive their hopes of finishing in the top 3 spot and they will be heading for holiday in high spirits, which would be of significance to boosting their confidence on the return league.
Sunday night saw the Blues take all the three points after thrashing Conte's side 2-0. Hakim Ziyech opened the scoring with a stunning goal which has Left the supporters still raving about it. The Moroccan magician collected the pass from outside the penalty area before firing a masterstroke that went past Hugo Lloris at the start of the second half. This was the best performance witnessed this season from the blues winger, and it earned him the man of the match.
The goal sparked some mixed reaction from the fans, and the was one who took the creativity to another lever and designed an artwork frame of the goal. Of course, this must have been the most exciting moment that needs some special respect, thanks to the Moroccan wizard. Here are some reactions in facebook from the fans
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