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Why Thiago Silva Didn’t Celebrate Havertz’s Goal Despite Starting The Match




Chelsea got back to winning ways on Tuesday after they beat Bournemouth Fc 2-0 at Stanford bridge

The win however was a deserved one as the blues dominated the larger part of the game

Both Kai Havertz and Mason mount were on target

The German forward opened the scoring line in the 16th minute after he slid home a cross from England forward, Raheem sterling

In less than ten minutes, England midfielder, Mason mount curled in a long-range effort after receiving a pass from Havertz who had earlier opened the scoring line

However, Brazilian defender, Emiliano Thiago Silva Didn’t Celebrate Havertz’s Goal because he was not on the field at the time

Silva started limping in the early hours of the game ( 7mins )before he was taken out for medical attention. It was doing that period that the German international scored. So only ten players celebrated the goal.

( The commentator made reference to his absence after the goal was scored )

Silva got back into the game as soon as Bournemouth players were about to pass the ball so that the match can restart again

However, The Brazilian was on the field to celebrate the second goal scored by Mason mount

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