‘Start him!’ – Chelsea fans love what Fikayo Tomori did in training ahead of Krasnodar clash

The Chelsea squad are in high spirits ahead of Wednesday evening’s Champions League clash against Krasnodar.

In particular, some of the Blues defenders and they have every reason to be.

Frank Lampard’s side have kept back-to-back clean sheets against Sevilla and Manchester United, showing signs of addressing the issues that cost them on numerous occasions last season.

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Chelsea will be hoping to keep a third consecutive clean sheet on gameweek two in the Champions League and also pick up their first three points of this season’s competition.

Ahead of the game, the likes of Reece James, Ben Chilwell, and Tammy Abraham were put through their paces in a training session at the Krasnodar Stadium on Tuesday night.

And there was a moment that will live with Fikayo Tomori forever.

As spotted in a behind the scenes of Chelsea’s training session video uploaded to the club’s Twitter page, the defender can be seen curling the ball into the back of the net from a seemingly impossible angle.

He then milks the celebration as he runs off back down the tunnel, although Abraham was very impressed.

This effort prompted a big response from Chelsea fans on social media.

Take a look at what’s been said on Twitter…

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