Chelsea star hailed as Super-human following his displays against Real Madrid.
Chelsea played a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid in their first semi-final leg in Spain, with Chelsea holding an away goal advantage ahead of the second leg.
Former Chelsea player Pat Nevin was left in disbelief following a super-human performance by France World Cup winner N’Golo Kante’s on Tuesday night.
Chelsea players dominated the match and pulled a lot of good performances, thanks to Thomas Tuchel’s tactical approach to the game.
Chelsea players’ performance in the game showed how they are determined to play in the finals and take the title home.
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The Blues are still battling off the competition for the top four and hunting for trophies, having eliminated Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals to reach a second successive FA cup final.
It was an outstanding box-to-box display from Kante who, as usual, was everywhere on the pitch that captured the attention of former Chelsea player Pat Nevin.
The France international left Nevin in awe with his tireless performance.
While speaking to Chelsea’s post-match Matchday Live, Nevin who was full of praise for Kante said:
“I mean, I do question whether he’s human or not sometimes — because he does so many things that are superhuman.
“He dribbled through three players [in the second half]. It was Eden Hazard’s standard, that’s what it was.
“He’s Eden Hazard’s standard [in dribbling], Makelele’s [in] tackling, and he’s got the energy level of Mo Farah.
“He’s just weird, man.”
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