Hail THAT Mason Mount: Portsmouth-born Chelsea star Mason Mount doesn’t hold back in his celebrations at Southampton

Chelsea made it four wins on the trot in all competitions after dispatching Southampton at St Mary’s, winning 4-1.


Tammy Abraham’s looping effort got things rolling for Frank Lampard’s men with the ball just crossing the line despite Maya Yoshida’s clearance efforts.
Chelsea have been putting together good results in recent weeks
Mason Mount doubled their lead but Danny Ings pulled one back for Saints on the half hour mark.
The Blues went 3-1 up just before half-time when N’Golo Kante’s deflected effort beat Angus Gunn.
And Michy Batshuayi’s 89th-minute strike put some added gloss on the scoreline on what was a great day at the office for Chelsea.
It could have been a tough afternoon for Portsmouth-born Mount playing in the back yard of Pompey’s south coast rivals.
Chelsea youngster Mount thrived in St Mary’s

There were even fears the 20-year-old would get booed during England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo at St Mary’s.
But Mount played well like he has all season and got his goal after latching onto Willian’s delicate pass before crashing the ball into the net.
And judging by his celebrations, this was a goal Mount particularly enjoyed.
The 20-year-old can be seen holding his ears up at the crowd at the end where he scored (the Chelsea fans were at the other end).
Below you can see the video of Mount’s celebrations.





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