CHELSEA ace N'Golo Kante showed his class again as he posed to a selfie with a Ukrainian ball boy after Chelsea crushed Dynamo Kiev 5-0 in the Europa League.
The Frenchman has proved again he truly is football's Mr Nice Guy, even though he insists he is not.
Reuters2 N'Golo Kante poses for a selfie with a Dynamo ball boy
Chelsea travelled to Ukraine with a hefty, three-goal advantage after beating Dynamo 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
But they were merciless in the second leg of the tie, smashing five past the Ukrainians – with Oliver Giroud stealing the show, courtesy of his hat-trick.
Even though Maurizio Sarri rested a number of first-team players on Thursday night, Kante started the clash and played 65 minutes, before being replaced by Jorginho.
But he found time to console a Dynamo ball boy after Chelsea gave his club a football lesson, and agreed to pose for a selfie.
Chelsea TV2 Only two weeks ago Chelsea supporter Telamsile Dlamini was reduced to tears after meeting Kante at Cobham
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Kante all but confirmed again his reputation for being football's Mr Nice Guy.
It comes just a couple of weeks after the Frenchman reduced a Blues fan to tears when he greeted her at a training session and gave her a Chelsea shirt.
It has also been revealed he passed up a chance to save nearly a £1m by taking part in a tax evasion scheme.
However, Kante has also shown his darker side, admitting he occasionally cheats in card games with his team-mates.