Chelsea fans spot what N’Golo Kante did while team-mates danced in changing room

Chelsea fans were left in stitches as they saw what N’Golo Kante did while his team-mates dancing in the changing room.

The Blues secured their first trophy of the season by beating Villarreal 1-1 (6-5 on penalties) to lift the Super Cup.

Scenes of celebration followed on the pitch as shot-stopping hero Kepa Arrizabalaga was swamped by his team-mates after stopping Raul Albiol’s attempt.

Footage has now emerged of the party continuing in the dressing room – but Kane had a different approach.

Mason Mount uploaded a video to Instagram of Trevor Chalobah and Tammy Abraham dancing to music at Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

While the English players enjoy the celebrations, the 2018 World Cup winner can be seen in the background.

He is not interested in the music, though, as he simply grabs some pizza from a table at the back of the room.

As the video was shared on Twitter, the Blues faithful were left in stitches at their midfielder’s antics during the post-match party.

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“N'Golo Kante eating pizza whilst everyone else danced and celebrated last night was our favourite moment,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “Never stops feasting. On and off the ball.”

While a third simply added: “Deserves all the pizza.”

Another clip also emerged from Ben Chilwell's story as Antonio Rudiger and Kurt Zouma showed off their moves in the dressing room.

The German tries to get Kante involved – but the Frenchman, who captained his side for the first half of the Super Cup clash, simply smiles and refuses.

Chelsea’s No.7 played a big role in the Premier League side’s dominance of the first half, which saw Hakim Ziyech score the opening goal after 27 minutes.

But they could not cope with Villarreal in the second half, Gerard Moreno finding the net with 17 minutes to full time.

Extra time followed before it went down to penalties, with Arrizabalaga saving two of the Spanish side’s seven attempts from the spot.

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