Composed Jorginho nets penalty for Chelsea despite having LASER PEN shone in his eye by AC Milan fans

CHELSEA midfielder Jorginho tucked away a penalty despite having a LASER PEN shone in his eye before stepping up against AC Milan.

The Blues came into the clash at the San Siro just six days after beating the Italian giants 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.


A laser was shone in Jorginho’s face before he stepped up to take the penalty.Credit: PA
Jorginho still dispatched the spot kick to give Chelsea the lead.


Jorginho still dispatched the spot kick to give Chelsea the lead.Credit: Getty

And they were given the perfect start to the return fixture when Fikayo Tomori was sent off in the 18th minute for denying a clear goalscoring opportunity.

The English center-back brought down Mason Mount inside the penalty area and Milan were punished with a red card and the award of a spot kick.

Jorginho stepped up to put Chelsea ahead, but just seconds before he took the penalty a laser was shone into his eye by a home fan.

However, it did not have the desired effect.

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The Italian sent Ciprian Tatarusanu the wrong way to give the visitors an early lead.

Reacting to the laser being directed at Jorginho, one social media user said: “Jorginho has ice in his veins.”

While another joked: “That’s not a laser from the crowd, Jorginho has just got laser focus.”

Jorginho’s penalty gave Chelsea the initiative as they took control with a man advantage.

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And 11 minutes before half-time Graham Potter’s men were coasting as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang doubled their lead.

Chelsea then saw out the second half to secure a 2-0 win – making it seven points from four Champions League games.

Since Potter took over from Thomas Tuchel last month, Chelsea are unbeaten in five matches and have won their last four.

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