Thiago Silva, Chelsea star, uses Lucas Moura's Spurs' shirt to wipe nose

Thiago Silva, Chelsea star, uses Lucas Moura's Spurs' shirt to wipe nose

- Thiago Silva and his Chelsea's teammates were forced to a goalless draw by Tottenham

- The Brazilian and Spurs' star Lucas Moura exchanged shirts in the Premier League tie

- Silva later used Moura's shirt to wipe his nose before leaving the pitch

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Thiago Silva who currently plays for Premier League giants Chelsea was on Sunday, November 29, spotted using Lucas Moura's shirt to wipe his nose after the big EPL clash.

These two players were both in action for their clubs in an encounter which ended in a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge.

But after the encounter, Thiago Silva exchanged shirts with his former teammate at Paris-Saint-Germain Lucas Moura who was brilliant in the encounter.

After they exchanged their jerseys, Serge Aurier joined them in the conversation before Thiago Silva discovered that his nose was running.

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And without a second thought, the 36-year-old used Lucas' Spurs shirt to wipe up. While neither Lucas, nor Aurier, batted much of an eyelid, the moment had fans online in stitches.

Silva who also reunited with yet another ex-PSG man in Giovani Lo Celso, is famously close with Lucas with the pair having embraced before swapping shirts.

According to the report on UK Sun, Lucas Moura explained that he was very close with Thiago Silva during their time in the French League which was a glorious moment.

"It’s too easy for me to speak about Thiago because we have a very good relationship. He is my friend, my brother and I am a big fan. For me, he’s one of the best defenders in the world.''
Thiago Silva in action for Chelsea
Thiago Silva, Chelsea star, uses Lucas Moura's Spurs' shirt to wipe nose. Photo by Tottenham Hotspur
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Earlier, had reported how Juventus reportedly jumped-in in the chase for want-away Chelsea star Olivier Giroud during the January transfer window.

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The Frenchman will be out of contract with the Blues next summer but the striker wants to secure more playing time to make Didier Deschamps squad for Euro 2020 competition.

He could only achieve that if he revives his playing career in the second half of the ongoing season.

However, the Old Lady will have to battle it out with Serie A rivals Inter Milan before they could secure the services of the former Arsenal star.

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