Mason Mount doubts ‘bite his tongue’ as Chelsea hero hailed by Declan Rice, follows England star Phil Foden to lead his team to Champions League final

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Mason Mount doubts ‘bite his tongue’ as Chelsea hero hailed by Declan Rice, follows England star Phil Foden to lead his team to Champions League final


Declan Rice scoured Mason Mount skeptics as the midfielder scored to help Chelsea reach the Champions League final on Wednesday night.

The 22-year-old scored the Blues’ second-place finish against Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge to bring the score to 3-1 on aggregate and set up an all-English final against Man City.

Mason Mount was brilliant for Chelsea reaching the Champions League final

West Ham midfielder Rice is Mount’s best friend who has played together at Chelsea academy and always supported him.

After the match, in a now deleted tweet, Rice said, “The Mason Mount skeptics are biting their tongues now. “

He also said: “MM. What a journey.

Declan Rice said Mount skeptics ‘bit their tongues’

The England international has been a star figure for Chelsea over the past two seasons, showing up for his club when they needed him most.

He has been with the London club since the age of six and will now play in the FA Cup and Champions League final.

TalkSPORT host and former Spurs defender Jamie O’Hara written on twitter: “Hundreds of millions of dollars were spent trying to get world-class stars and the top two players in the Champions League semi-final went through the academy for nothing.”

Mount to make Champions League and FA Cup finals this season

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Mount will play in Champions League and FA Cup finals this season

O’Hara is referring to Mount and Phil Foden, who are two of England’s best young talents and will find themselves in the Champions League final.

Foden have one of Pep Guardiola’s most trusted players as the club look to win their first Champions League, having beaten Paris Saint-Germain in the semi-finals.

Foden ran the show against PSG and many praised his performance

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Foden ran the show against PSG and many praised his performance

Signs look good for England this summer, with the two youngsters vying for Gareth Southgate’s starting XI for Euro 2020.

He’s coming home this summer… isn’t he?



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