– Germany international Antonio Rudiger has been blessed with a new born baby days after winning Champions League
– The Chelsea star posted the photo of himself and the new baby on social media giving thanks to his Creator
– Antonio Rudiger was in great form for Chelsea at the just concluded Premier League season finishing on fourth
Days after winning the Champions League with Premier League side Chelsea, Antonio Rudiger has taken to his official Instagram page to announce the birth of his new child.
Interestingly, the 28-year-old Germany international named his new tot Aaliyah Trophy Rudiger which is an indication that he is happy winning the Champions League title with the Blues.
In the post made available by the strong defender, he thanked his Creator for the new addition to his family as friends and well wishers also joined him in celebration.
The former Roma star also made it clear that this will be the second time of him becoming a father.
”Alhamdulillah for everything – God always has a better plan than we do. Aaliyah Trophy Rudiger. My biggest ‘Trophy’ and Proud dad for the 2nd time.”
Saturday’s Champions League final win over Manchester City delivered his third trophy with the Blues, adding to his FA Cup and Europa League.
Rudiger spent much of the first-half of the season on the bench before being welcomed back into the team by Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea fans around the world are still celebrating their Champions League win over Manchester City thanks to Kai Havertz who scored the winner for the Stamford Bridge landlords.
Goalkeeper Mendy also recorded his name in the history books by becoming the first African goalie to win the Champions League which is an incredible record.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how after helping the Blues to win the Champions League beating Manchester City in the final, Chelsea chiefs are ready to reward Brazilian defender Thiago Silva with a new one-year deal.
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This latest development will come as a cheering news for many Chelsea fans who have been clamoring for Thiago Silva to remain at Stamford Bridge.
Silva left Paris Saint-Germain last summer after spending almost nine years winning the French League title seven times and got to the final of the Champions League.
He was among the Paris Saint-Germain stars who lost the Champions League final against Bayern Munich and that was his last game for the club.