Michy Batshuayi had a great time with former Chelsea teammates Diego Costa and Fernando Torres after Chelsea’s late stunning Champions League win over Atletico Madrid.
Costa, who rejoined Atletico this week, viewed from the stands on Wednesday evening as his new club relinquished a 1-0 lead to lose surprisingly at their new stadium. Antoine Griezmann put the hosts ahead from the spot, however, second-half goals from Alvaro Morata and Batshuayi flipped the game on its head.
The Belgian came off the bench to score the late winner with the last kick of the match as Chelsea held top spot in Group C with an eminent 2-1 win.
Justifiably, Batshuayi was in a fun-loving mode after the match when he met with Costa and another former Chelsea striker, Fernando Torres.
Alongside a photo of the three strikers, he shamelessly wrote: ‘Great honor to meet one of the greatest strikers I used to watch when I was young… and no, I’m not about Diego!’
Torres only mustered 20 league goals during his time at Chelsea, rather failing to live up to his enormous price tag, while Costa netted 52 times in 89 league outings and spearheaded two title wins.