A second half leaping header from defender, Wesley Fofana gave Graham Potter's men a rare goal and Premier League win against struggling Leeds United in the Premier League on Saturday evening at Stamford Bridge, easing the pressure on Chelsea manager, Graham Potter.
The Blues were winless in their previous six matches and way off the top-four pace after a humiliating 2-0 to their London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur last Sunday, but eventually stopped the rot against Leeds United on Saturday evening.
After eventually getting a win after Chelsea's six winless run, Chelsea player, Noni Madueke who started on the bench for the fixture, replacing Enzo Fernandez in the 84th minute has taken to social media to quote Bible verses.
Noni Madueke tweeted: "James 1:2-4; Let perseverance finish its work."
This tweet from Chelsea player, Noni Madueke quoting a portion from the Bible after Chelsea ended its 6 matches winless run has attracted reactions from football fans and social media users, as some have said they love his energy, while some have claimed that they would still start Sunday school at Cobham.
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