Chelsea stars Mount and Havertz are football's latest bromance after perfecting 'cringe' dance celebration
CHELSEA duo Mason Mount and Kai Havertz have something of a blossoming bromance on their hands.
The Blues pair are already two of the first names on Thomas Tuchel's teamsheet.
And their off-field connection is set to see their stock rise even higher in coming seasons.
Havertz, 22, is already keeping club-record buy Romelu Lukaku out of the starting XI, with Mount, 23, a mainstay of the first team in the past season or two.
The duo have recently been spotted showing off a new celebration, too.
Havertz and Mount can regularly be seen hunting for each other after a goal, before jumping to attention and half-waving, half-saluting each other.
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The Chelsea pals have been seen working on the 'dance' in training.
And they debuted their celebration after winning the Club World Cup final last month.
Since then, it has become a mainstay of their celebratory arsenal – showing it off in training and in matches, including the 4-0 win over Burnley.
Unfortunately for the Chelsea pals, Mount was subbed off before Havertz grabbed the winner late in the 1-0 win over Newcastle.
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Blues fans are loving the youngsters' partnership and matching celebration.
But rival supporters have been quick to slam the 'cringe' dance.
It's not quite clear where the pair sought inspiration for their celebration.
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Yet one fan likened it to something out of 'old-school Fortnite'.
Footballers incorporating Fortnite dances into their celebrations is nothing new – with Antoine Griezmann and Dele Alli just two famously utilising moves from the hit video game.
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