‘What possessed him?’ – a Chelsea joker, Rudiger, appears to BITE James’ head in goal celebration, leaving fans in stitches.

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‘What possessed him?’ – Chelsea joker Rudiger appears to BITE James’ head in goal celebration, leaving fans in stitches.

After celebrating N’Golo Kante’s goal against Leicester, CHELSEA centre-back Antonio Rudiger appeared to bizarrely BITE Reece James’ hair.

After Kante put the West London outfit up 2-0 at the King Power Stadium, the 28-year-old, who is known for being a joker in the Blues dressing room, reacted in an odd manner.

Rudiger put the visitors ahead with a looping header in the 14th minute, before Thomas Tuchel’s side added a second just before halftime.

And while celebrating, the German appeared to take a chunk out of James’ barnet, according to footage.

“DID I JUST SEE RUDIGER BITE REECE JAMES HAIR AHAHAHAH,” one user tweeted.

“Why did Rudiger bite James’ head like shawarma?” one person wondered.

“Antonio Rudiger biting Reece James on the top of his head is EXACTLY why Chelsea need to give him what he wants?” a third person added.

“Rudiger biting Reece James’s head as a sign of affection, standard Rudiger,” one user commented.

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“Why is Rudiger biting Reece James lmao, he’s a lunatic,” one responded.

“Rudiger is a strange man,” one person said.

“I’m not sure what possessed him.”

“It’s been a decent half of football,” Paddy Power joked, “but the highlight, without a doubt, has to be Rudiger biting Reece James in the head during the goal celebrations.”

Rudiger’s future at Chelsea is uncertain, as he is entering the final year of his contract.

Bayern Munich are reportedly considering a move, with manager Julian Nagelsmann reportedly drafting a mega-contract worth £400k per week.

Real Madrid is a known admirer, and Juventus, a free transfer specialist, has also expressed an interest.

Rudiger is said to consider Chelsea’s latest contract offer a’slap in the face’ after the Blues failed to meet his wage demands by £60,000 per week.

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