Chelsea’s World Cup winner welcomed his newborn son ahead of Brentford clash with wife Valentina Cervantes
Enzo Fernandez is blessed with his second child.
Enzo Fernandez with son and Daughter. (Source: Enzo Fernandez's Instagram)
On the 26th of October, Chelsea’s big-money signing Enzo Fernandez was blessed with a baby boy with his wife Valentina Cervantes. The World Cup winner has been improving this season and has now the responsibilities of two children on his shoulders.
This heartwarming news comes after three years of the birth of their daughter. Valentina and Enzo have decided to name their son Benjamin as they welcome wishes and blessings from friends and family.
The Young Player Award winner of the Fifa World Cup shared the news on his social media handle. Chelsea fans were delighted to see a more mature side of their young midfielder. Enzo Fernandez wrote in an Instagram post:
Benjamin Fernandez, 26/10/23. I love you forever.
He expressed his affection while also sharing some intimate pictures of him and his daughter at the hospital.
He has been struggling with a recent muscle injury and now personal reasons. The Blues missed him for their fixture against Brentford on the weekend. It marked the first match that he would be missing ever since his arrival at Stamford Bridge. It just goes down to showcase how important he has become at Chelsea for Mauricio Pochettino. He will be beaming to perform even better the next time he features, probably dedicating a goal to his child.
Chelsea suffer against Brentford
In a highly anticipated clash at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea faced Brentford in the Premier League, and the match ended with a stunning 2-0 victory for the visitors. Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino expressed his frustration after the game, emphasizing that his team dominated the first half, played well, and created chances.
Chelsea couldn’t score despite dominating, and Pochettino urged improved decision-making and confidence in finishing. The loss at Stamford Bridge marked Chelsea’s continued struggles with just one win in 13 home matches.
Thomas Frank, Brentford’s manager, acknowledged Chelsea’s 1st-half dominance but praised his team’s 2nd-half defense. Their win pushed them past Chelsea in the Premier League. Chelsea faces a challenging schedule ahead with games against Tottenham, Manchester City, and Man United, testing their quest for a higher league position.
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