Chelsea celebrations after winning the UEFA Champions League appear to be continuing a week after the Blues lifted the trophy.
One player who is still feeling praise after the success against Manchester City in Porto last Saturday is Italian midfielder Jorginho.
A video has been circling on social media showing the 29-year-old receiving a surprise standing ovation in an Italian restaurant in London.
The Blues’ midfielder was loudly applauded by customers and staff alike in the restaurant and was even presented with a giant glass full of what looked like gold-covered pasta.
To make the occasion even more special, the Champions League anthem was played throughout, replicating the pre-match ritual that is regularly observed in the competition.
He was then loudly applauded once again following the conclusion of the anthem.
You can watch the full video below.
Jorginho was certainly pivotal to the Blues’ European success under Thomas Tuchel.
The former Napoli man played in every game of the competition but one – that being the 2-0 home win against Atletico Madrid due to suspension.
He scored one goal for the Blues on route to their second Champions League crown, finding the net from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw against FK Krasnodar at Stamford Bridge.
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His ovation in the restaurant follows his own post to his teammates shared on Instagram a few days after Chelsea lifted the trophy in Portugal.
It read: “Another year together! This group is family, is team, is home!
“We achieved something big and living it with all of you guys made it even more special! Thanks guys, see you very soon for many other special moments together.”