– Chelsea fans in Nigeria had their Champions League celebrations extended to a church
– A group of members believed to be the Blues fans dancing into the church during service
– Thomas Tuchel’s men became European champions in stunning fashion following win over Man City
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Chelsea and their fans were worldwide celebrated the Champions League triumph over Man City likewise a church in Nigeria, Instagram.
The place of worship suspected to be an Anglican setting were spotted on social media conducting a marchpast by members entering the church.
A group of people can be seen in joyous mood while a Christian song was being played, two out them were carrying Chelsea’s flag.
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‘Carry me dey go, carry me dey go, dey go’ was the song on the lips of members dancing into the middle of service like a bride walking down the aisle to meet her beloved groom.
Members of the church all turned back and cheered the congregants dancing into the church for their darling west London club.
It was the second time Chelsea won the Champions League despite the bumping from start to their campaign under Frank Lampard before hiring Thomas Tuchel in late January.
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Meanwhile, . had earlier reported that Man City’s loss Chelsea has left a Nigerian man in tatters after placing his house worth N4.5million on Pep Guardiola’s men to defeat Chelsea, Instagram.
Unfortunately, the Citizens suffered a 1-0 loss to the Blues courtesy of a goal scored by Kai Havertz two minutes before half time.
While Pep and his men were in a sad state, a Nigerian man who used a house to place a bet on the Premier league champions was even in a more sorrowful mood.
. had also reported that Despite not featuring in the entire 90 minute of Chelsea’s victory against Man City in the Champions League final, Tammy Abraham led the Blues celebration inside the team bus.
He and a few other Chelsea stars continued their 2021 Champions League success singing Olamide and Omah Lay’s song ‘Infinity’.
Recall that a goal from Kai Havertz gave Chelsea a well-deserved 1-0 win against Man City as the Blues picked up their second Champions League title.