Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta was very impressive for the Blues on Saturday evening as he helped them beat the Bees away from home. The Spanish left-back was very strong at the back throughout his time on the pitch, before later being subbed off for James in the final few minutes of the game.
However, during the game, the Chelsea captain was spotted showing a humble gesture on the pitch by helping Edouard Mendy to tie his loose boot to allow him to quickly return to the post.Azpilicueta showed his leadership potential on the pitch as he helped Mendy to his boot in their victory against Brentford on Saturday evening.
And after the game, Chelsea fans have been praising the Chelsea captain for his humble gesture of helping Mendy to tie his boot despite being the team captain.
Below are some of the best reactions from Chelsea fans on social media.
One fan said: Round of applause to great spirit and sign of a humble Captain Azpilicueta.
Another one said: What a great and humble Captain Cesar, God bless you
See more of their reactions below.
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