N’Golo Kanté walks in the mouths of the world, but this time it is not for his soccer skills. Last Saturday, the 15th, Chelsea received Cardiff at Stamford Bridge for the fifth round of the Premier League. Mauricio Sarri’s team won by 4-1, and after the match, Kanté intended to catch the train between London and Paris … but this did not happen.
The French international missed the train, but was not discouraged and took the opportunity to visit a mosque. There he was recognized by three supporters who took the opportunity to take pictures with the Chelsea player. But the best was to come: one of these supporters invited Kanté to dinner at his house … and he accepted.
The evening ended with the Frenchman dining curry rice at his home, watching the BBC’s ‘Match of the Day’ program – where they watched footage of Chelsea’s departure – and playing FIFA.
Like any adept who gets an idol in his house, everything was recorded on video and later published on social networks. On Twitter, the adept revealed some questions he asked Kanté. The French midfielder revealed that Lionel Messi was the best player he has ever played against and Zidane is the best player he has ever shared.
Finally, the man who, by the way, is an adept of Liverpool asked Kanté (who nicknamed him “the most humble player ever”) to leave Stamford Bridge to move to Anfield and the 27-year-old midfielder said … I was going to think
World Cup winner, former premier league player of the year, 2 time premiership winner casually joined us to watch MOTD after visiting a local mosque. True definition of being humble. What a man. pic.twitter.com/y14NanXKPn
— J (@jahrul999) September 16, 2018