Thiago Silva admits he's 'living the dream at Chelsea'
Thiago Silva declares that he is ‘living the dream’ at Chelsea and describes his relationship with supporters as ‘magic’ after his dominant display at Stamford Bridge against Lille
- Thiago Silva is enjoying life at Chelsea who he joined in the summer of 2020
- At Chelsea he has won three trophies including the Champions League
- Silva produced a dominant performance in their 2-0 win over Lille on Tuesday
- After the game Silva admitted that he is ‘living the dream’ at Stamford Bridge
Thiago Silva has expressed that he’s ‘living the dream’ at Chelsea and is enjoying life in his second season at Stamford Bridge.
The 37-year-old joined the club in the summer of 2020 in what has proved to be a fruitful relationship with the Blues winning three trophies in that time.
Silva played a vital part in the team that won the Champions League last season with their 1-0 victory over Manchester City.
Thiago Silva is enjoying life at Chelsea and has declared that he is ‘living the dream’ at the club
Silva, at the age of 37, has become a vital part of Chelsea’s defence since he arrived
Though he is nearing the end of his career, Silva is still a dominant force at the heart of the defence and therefore has built a great rapport with Chelsea supporters.
Following Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Lille on Tuesday night, Silva had a lot of positive things to say about his time at the club.
He told TNT Sports Brasil: ‘I feel like I’m living a dream here at Chelsea.
The highlight came last year when Chelsea clinched the Champions League trophy in Porto
‘I wasn’t expecting something like that. The fans are always singing my name. It’s magic, it’s a dream.
‘I’m really proud to play here for Chelsea and their supporters.’
Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic both netted to guide the Blues to victory over the Lille in the first-leg of the last-16 tie.
Chelsea have also won the Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup in his time at the club
Silva could add another trophy on Sunday when they play Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final
Thomas Tuchel’s side kept a clean sheet in the match with Silva being dominant throughout shutting down attacks from Jonathan David and Jonathan Bamba at Stamford Bridge.
The Brazilian international helped play a part in history as the Blues are now the first English team in history to win five consecutive home matches without conceding a goal in Europe.
Silva could add a fourth medal to his collection at Chelsea on Sunday, when they play Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final.
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