- N'golo Kante has won his fourth trophy with Chelsea, his fifth since he moved to England in 2015
- The Frenchman was part of the team that humiliated Arsenal in Azerbaijan on Wednesday night to lift the Europa League title
- Kante was also one of the French players who won the 2018 World Cup in Russia
Chelsea wrapped up their 2018-19 campaign on a winning note following their 4-1 victory over Arsenal in the final of the Europa League competition in Azerbaijan.
Two goals from Eden Hazard, one from Pedro and the other one from Olivier Giroud helped the Blues triumph over their Premier League foe.
Though, Nigerian star Alex Iwobi was on target for the north London side, his goal however turned out a mere consolation having failed to help them avoid defeat.
Give Me Sport however highlight Kante's achievements since he moved to England from his home country France in 2015.
The 28-year-old joined Leicester City from French League side Caen in 2015, and the same season, he won the Premier League title with the Foxes.
After one season at the King Power Stadium, he joined Chelsea in a £32 million deal and immediately hit the ground running at the Stamford Bridge.
He helped the Blues win the EPL title in Antonio Conte's first season, and in 2018, the Frenchman lifted the FA Cup.
The same year, he won the World Cup with France in Russia following their victory over Croatia in the final of the once-in-four years championship.
And when it looked like he had missed out on winning titles with the Blues in the 2018-19 season, he won the Europa League trophy with the London club.
Meanwhile, injured Antonio Rudiger shared footage on Instagram of Chelsea’s players singing Kante’s name as they celebrated their Europa League triumph on the bus.
Prior to the game, Muarizio Kante had doubted the availability of the midfielder for the meeting having said he was a 50/50 to play.