Champions of England, we know what we are.
It is perhaps most appropriate to lead this round-up of Chelsea social media posts by the one and only Michy Batshuayi, the King of Twitter and, now, Hero of Chelsea as well.
If somebody wrote this as a movie script, we’d say it’s cheesy and unrealistic and contrived. And yet, Michy stepped up to be the hero we all needed, the hero we all deserved on Friday night and sent us bouncing into the promise land. It was just his second goal, entering just his 115th minute of Premier League action.
Batshuayi’s goal was set up by a cross from César Azpilicueta, one of the unsung heroes of the season, who’s played in every single match in every single competition so far.
I have no idea what they’re saying, but CHAMPIONSSSSSSSSSS.
Speaking of no idea what they’re saying...
Another English title then for Cesc Fàbregas, his second in three seasons after joining Chelsea instead of re-joining Arsenal in that fateful summer of 2014. Decent decision, that.
Cesc was so excited, he even dropped the F-bomb on live television. Gary Cahill’s reaction is priceless.
Cahill's reaction to Fabregas dropping the F bomb on live TV is amazing. pic.twitter.com/M7FSFGWtqJ— Dami (@TheChelseaWay) May 12, 2017
That team picture from above is even better in motion.
Diego Costa is obviously a madman.
GREATEST VIDEO OF ALL TIME COSTA IS A FUCKING LEGEND pic.twitter.com/wkmo2dmCim— MA | 3 | (@TheLeftWingBack) May 12, 2017
On the other hand, if you ever had to follow someone to freedom during an apocalypse...
Slightly less scary were celebrations from the rest of the squad... though Kante was probably not entirely comfortable here.
Conte also went for a ride.
As did Pedro, who then celebrated with his former Barcelona teammate and Real Madrid rival.
Here are a few more happy faces, including Hazard, Zouma, Kanté, David Luiz, and others.
Oh what a night!
CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND!