How’s that for a party! Chelsea star Jorginho is served a giant glass of DESSERT and is cheered by staff at an Italian restaurant after helping his side win the Champions League in Porto
- The Blues midfielder played the entire game, beating Manchester City 1-0
- And staff at a London restaurant gave the 29-year-old a joyful standing ovation
- Jorginho was visibly moved by the emotional celebrations in the Twitter video
- Italian was named in Roberto Mancini’s roster and is scheduled for Euro 2020
Jorginho received a moving tribute at an Italian restaurant after his Champions League victory, with the staff giving the Chelsea midfielder a standing ovation and a giant glass full of dessert.
The central midfielder helped the Blues win Europe’s showpiece against Manchester City at the Estadio do Dragao in Porto on May 29, claiming his first Champions League title.
And a video released on Twitter showed Jorginho’s dessert being presented to him in a giant glass before employees at the Gola restaurant in west London surprised him by playing Champions League music and applauding his efforts, leaving him behind. was visibly upset.
Jorginho received a moving tribute after his Champions League victory at an Italian restaurant
The Chelsea star received a standing ovation and dessert in a giant glass
After receiving a kiss to the forehead, the 29-year-old hid his face and wiped his eyes as the staff clapped and cheered, before holding up the huge full glass.
The post’s caption read: ‘Jorginho is celebrated in an Italian restaurant in London after winning the Champions League with Chelsea’, followed by a crown emoji.
Former Napoli star Jorginho has divided opinion among Chelsea supporters during his stint at the club after signing for £57million in July 2018.
Midfielder Jorginho helped Chelsea beat Manchester City 1-0 in the Champions League final
He has played regularly since then, with 141 appearances and 17 goals in all competitions in three seasons, and was the top goalscorer in the Premier League for Thomas Tuchel’s side – although all seven goals were penalties.
Though described by some fans as monotonous and one-dimensional in possession, his passing range and the control he can exert in matches have made him a vital cog in midfield alongside the relentless N’Golo Kante.
Jorginho was born in Brazil but has been capped 28 times by Italy and after being named in Roberto Mancini’s Euro 2020 roster, he hopes to play a key role for the Italians at the tournament this summer.
The Italian playmaker was named in Roberto Mancini’s roster and will be featured at Euro 2020