Chelsea fans want Jorginho to be named captain following what he did after the Watford match

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Jorginho has won the hearts of the Chelsea fans with his recent displays, and the Italy international yet again had a good game against Watford on Saturday.

Jorginho is a key part of Frank Lampard’s squad and has played a massive role in Frank Lampard’s success as Chelsea manager.

Jorginho laid a massive assist for Tammy Abraham to score the first goal against Watford, and a footage has emerged of the 27-year-old enjoying the win with the supporters.

In the clip, the full time whistle has gone at Vicarage Road and Jorginho was seen singing along with the Chelsea supporters at the end of the game.

While the Chelsea players were hugging each other after the game, Jorginho went over to the Chelsea fans and as he got nearer, the midfielder started chanting: “Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea.” He quickly started clapping as the travelling fans respond.

The footage was shared on the club’s official YouTube channel, where it has been viewed nearly 200,000 times, and Chelsea fans have hailed the midfielder for his act.

“Jorginho chanting with the fans is priceless,” one Chelsea supporter said.

Another Chelsea fan commented: “Jorginho is pure class.”

Another Chelsea fan added: “Respected by his mates, loved by the fans and works well with managers.”

And a fourth added: “Jorginho needs to be captain sooner or later.

“Different class.”

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