Michy Batshuayi reacts brilliantly on Twitter to Willian's superb goal for Brazil vs Colombia

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Ever since he arrived at Chelsea last summer, Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi has been renowned for his hilarious antics on Twitter.

If there is a trending topic, he'll be on hand to make a comment, if he spots something funny, you better believe he'll turn it into something even better for his followers.

The former Marseille man is also very supportive of his colleagues on the platform, just so he can earn those brownie points in the dressing room.

A lot of Chelsea's stars were in action over the international break and a few of them found themselves on the scoresheet.

Eden Hazard announced his comeback by scoring for Belgium and Alvaro Morata was in a clinical mood for Spain, scoring three times in two games versus Italy and Liechtenstein.

But, it was Brazilian winger Willian who scored the best goal of all.

In the Selecao's World Cup qualifier against Colombia, the Chelsea star was at his best, reacting instantly to Neymar's excellent knock down and smashing the ball home on the half volley.

Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina had absolutely no chance in goal.


Naturally, Batshuayi was on hand to deliver his usual support to a teammate and, of course, he injected a little bit of humour into it.


Willian just loves playing in a blue shirt. He has started all three of Chelsea's games so far this season due to the absence of Hazard and he has excelled for Antonio Conte's side.

In the 2-1 victory over Tottenham at Wembley, the Selecao star was the best player on the pitch and he seems to have carried his impressive form into international duty.

Brazil coach Tite appears set on including the Chelsea star in his forward line alongside the likes of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino.

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Going forward, it looks as if Willian's form will push Philippe Coutinho back into a midfield role.

Brazil had a horror show in 2014 but after a hugely successful qualifying campaign, the South American nation look back to their formidable best for the showpiece in Russia next summer.

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