- Jorginho was instrumental to Chelsea in their 2-1 win against Watford at Vicarage Road
- After the final whistle, 27-year-old was seen chanting the club's name, hailing the traveling fans
- Chelsea faithfuls have now gone on social media to call for the Italian midfielder to be made captain
Jorginho has become the toast of Chelsea fans following the Blues fifth straight Premier League win over Watford.
The Italy international provided world class assist for Tammy Abraham's first half goal after just five minutes played at Vicarage Road.
And after the final whistle, Jorginho was seen jeering the traveling fans on, clapping and chanting Chelsea! Chelsea! Chelsea!.
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The 27-year-old's gesture has not gone unnoticed after the club posted the video clip on their YouTube channel that gathered almost 200,00 views.
Chelsea faithfuls took to their social media handle to suggest Jorginho should be handed the club's captain arm-band for his passion.
“Jorginho chanting with the fans is priceless,” one supporter said.
Another commented: “Jorginho is pure class.”
While a third made a big claim about the 27-year-old’s future at the club.
“Can anyone else see Jorginho as club captain soon,” they said.
“Respected by his mates, loved by the fans and works well with managers.”
And a fourth added: “Jorginho needs to be captain sooner or later.
With a fifth simply saying: “Jorginho is a mastermind for us – bravo.”
Christian Pulisic added Chelsea's second while Gerrad Deulofeu scored a controversial spot-kick awarded to the Hornets by the VAR as the match ended 2-1 in favour of the Blues.
Frank Lampard's side remain in the Premier League top-four and level on points with high flying Leicester City.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba along with his girlfriend Maria Salaues were vibing to Burna Boy's award winning song 'Gbona'.
Pogba who is currently nursing an ankle injury could not help it but enjoy the afrobeats song with the Colombian model.
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