N'golo Kante, Chelsea superstar, once again proved that he is one of the nicest footballers ever! He motivated his teammates with a friendly tap on the backsides to settle the blues.
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The 2018 FIFA World Cup winning midfielder trained with the rest of the Blues team on Monday, April 8, ahead of their Europa League clash later this week.
Kante targeted the only space in between the players and carefully placed the ball into the net with his colleagues walking away unharmed.
Briefly.co.za learnt that France international Olivier Giroud, youth-teamer Richard Nartey, Eden Hazard, Danny Drinkwater, Emerson, Willy Caballero and Davide Zappacosta all formed a funny wall in the goal waiting to be hit by a thunderous shot but ball went in between them at the end of the day.
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Meanwhile, Andreas Christensen and Gary Cahill both fired their chances to the roof top of the goal post.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek was said to have hit Nartey on the back of the leg before Kante's nice gesture to his teammates during training.
The Blues posted the video on their official Instagram page, celebrating the Frenchman with a captain saying: "@nglkante is just too nice!"
Meanwhile, one of the team's supporters replied under the post that: "If Higuain had shot it would have landed in my back garden."
Kante has been described as the nicest player at Stamford Bridge since he arrived Chelsea in 2015 from Leicester City. He drives Mini Cooper and does noting flashy or excessive.
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The Blues midfielder missed a Eurostar train back to Paris after a Prem win and then looked for a nearby mosque to attend evening prayer as reported by SunSport.
Afterwards, he was invited back to an Arsenal fan's house for dinner... and gladly accepted the invite, ate curry, played Fifa and watched himself on Match of the Day.
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