N'Golo Kante Dressed As Batman For David Luiz's Birthday
Everyone might be getting excited for Marvel's Avengers: Endgame but for N'Golo Kante it's all about the Dark Knight as the Chelsea midfielder appeared at David Luiz's birthday dressed as Batman.
'You think the midfield is your ally? You merely adopted the midfield. I was born in it molded by it. I didn't see the penalty box until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but blinding!'
N'Golo Kante is the Bane of many a footballer's life, usually fellow midfielders, as they are harried and hassled off the ball, struggle to get it off him or worst of all, try and pass the ball anywhere near him only to see it intercepted.
However unless you're in direct opposition of the Chelsea midfielder most people like Kante because he's smiley, he helped Leicester win the league and he even needed help celebrating with the World Cup because he's so shy, genuinely adorable.
In fact even when Kante is dressed as Batman, as he did for David Luiz's 32nd birthday party on Tuesday night, he's not at all scary like the Christian Bale incarnation of the character.
How cute he is!!! N'Golo Batman Kanté :blue_heart::blue_heart::blue_heart: Love his good fit body dressing! He is the kindest Batman in the world :earth_africa: @nglkante pic.twitter.com/irAMdjYwd1
- Kathy:blue_heart:Kanté (@kathyc0113) April 24, 2019
Whilst Kante really got into the spirit of a fancy dress party, with full muscle suit of the Caped Crusader, striker Olivier Giroud clearly isn't a fan of fancy dress.
For what we can tell all the striker did to 'dress up' was put a France 98 chicken hat on with a white t-shirt, unless someone can give us some insight into what he's supposed to be we'll guess it's just laziness:
In fairness it is a bloody good hat!
Luiz also went all guns blazing in his costume and dressed as a Native American in full garb, here posing with Chelsea Women's players Fran Kirby dressed as Donkey, Maria Thorisdottir as Princess Fiona, and Maren Mjelde as Shrek.
Despite turning 32 Luiz and his teammates didn't have as much to celebrate as they'd hoped having dropped points in the race to finish in the top four when they drew with Burnley on Monday.
Blues fans will be hoping that someway Kante is the hero they get, even if he's not the one they deserve.