Five incredible reasons Chelsea fans are convinced N’Golo Kante can’t be human and is actually a robot.
N’Golo Kante doesn’t celebrate, supporter starts by writing: Kante has scored 15 league goals in his career. Upon analysing these goals, it is clearly evident that he doesn’t celebrate.
“N’Golo Kante is programmed to run back a soon as he can to his half to prepare for the opposition kick-off. “Kante has scored against Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham, in which are Chelsea’s rivals. Some goals scored against these teams are high-quality finished in which a striker could dream of scoring. “Kante doesn’t have any emotion when celebrating and immediately tries to get back as soon as he can, no time-wasting, to carry on playing football.
“This alone shows he is a product of AI as he may not have been programmed to celebrate.” Kante’s lack of celebrations have also been noted by the French national team N’Golo.
Kante is extremely fit, the France international is renowned for him tireless work on the pitch, with manager Frank Lampard staggered by the ground he covered despite minimal training in the Super Cup last month. And the Reddit fan added: “Kante is clearly the fittest player in the Premier League, and arguably in the world. “His French team mate Pogba has even been quoted as saying “N’Golo Kante has 15 Lungs ”. “Kante covers the most ground ahead of his team mates and doesn’t appear to tire out even when playing in extra time.”
N’Golo Kanté has an extremely private life, the Chelsea man once proved he is football’ Mr Nice Guy after he accepted a fan’s dinne invite – where they cooked him a curry, chatted, played Fifa and watched Match of the Day – starring Kante himself. And earlier this month, SunSport exclusively revealed that he was the guest of honour at the wedding of a Blues supporters wedding And the third point online was: “Kante has not been pictured with members of his family or any potential spouse. As soon as Kante has finished training or a game, he heads home and disappears until training or a match. “As footballers clearly love the limelight and fame their career provides, as Kante may be a product of AI he isn’t programmed to enjoy fame.”
Unfortuntately for robot fans, the humble star was pictured enjoying Leicester’s title-winning triumph with his beaming family members.
N’Golo Kante wanted to run to training Jamie Vardy famously revealed Leicester’s squad once had to convince Kante that he should drive to training, with the Frenchman convinced he could just run. And one Chelsea fan said this was proof of artificial programming by saying: “Why would a machine use another machine to get somewhere when he can just use his infinite fitness and speed? “Obviously his AI doesn’t see the logic in that.” While Kante’s team-mates roll-up in luxury cars, Kante turns up in the second-hand Min Cooper he bought when he joined Leicester three years ago. Last year he collided with a lorry but still drove the patched-up Saloon into training. Kante himself said of his modest motoring habits: “I’ve never been someone who loves a car and when I was young I didn’t have the ambition of a car or something like that.”
N’Golo Kante’s injuries are scheduled upgrades #Lampard claimed at the start of the season that Kante’s four years of playing continuously are starting to take their toll. He had an injection in his knee to allow him to play in last season’s Europa League final and spent much of pre-season in rehab as a result. Kante has since suffered with an ankle problem during his campaign but returned for the defeat against Liverpool, where he scored Chelsea’s only goal. And fans are convinced that this proves that his recent injury woes are more to do with scheulded maintaince: “He was scheduled for an upgrade recently, that’s why he was missing for the start of our season.
“He came back, rejoined the team, received the ball in midfield, his new updated AI processor told him that there wasn’t a meaningful pass, so he dribbled into the box and shot, and scored against Liverpool “Try convincing me that was a human playing. Nah, I won’t believe you!”