See how Chelsea fans reacted after Giroud won Chelsea MOTM award for the first time
By Abass001 | self meida writer
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The night will surely be an unforgettable night for Chelsea and their fans all over the world as they edged past Athletico Madrid in a 1-0 win at the Bucharest stadium.
Thanks to Olivier Giroud's stunner, the blues were able to claim a victory over Athletico Madrid.
Thomas Tuchel was also able to extend his winning streak against Athletico Madrid as Giroud scored a superb bicycle kick. Tuchel and his players were happy not just because Giroud scored a screamer, but because Chelsea dominated possession once again just as they've done in every single game they have played under Tuchel so far.
And to add to the ecstasy, Olivier Giroud scored a bicycle kick, which was enough to give Chelsea the win. And the French international won the man of the match award for the first time in his Chelsea career.
Chelsea fans showed their delight as they express themselves in the Chelsea official instagram account comment box. See their comment below.
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