“My Champion” The wife of Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas celebrates winning the FA Cup on Instagram

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Eden Hazard celebrated the blues with a first-half penalty in their 1-0 win at Wembley on Saturday night.

Fabregas was in charge of midfield when his wife Daniella Semaan, 42, cheered him on with her Chelsea fans.

She published an excerpt of the team celebrating on the field after the game, with the headline: “My champion.”

Then she added a video showing the fans in the stands enjoying the win and said, “Congratulations, my heart, Cesc Fabregas, you deserve the world.”



CELEBRATION: Daniella recorded a video of the Chelsea fans at the final whistle



VICTORY: Daniella posted a celebration snapshot from Wembley

The 31-year-old Spaniard married Daniella in an elaborate ceremony last week.

He has been with her since 2011.

She first met Fabregas when she asked for an autograph for her son Joseph at the Nozomi Japanese restaurant in Knightsbridge, London.

She regularly posts cute pictures of the couple and their children on Instagram.

The 137th FA Cup final – and for the first time with a video assistant referee – was a cagey affair on Saturday night.

The Blues wanted to atone for the last loss of last season against Arsenal and a lukewarm title defense in the Premier League.



WINNER: Cesc Fabregas won the FA Cup – and his wife Daniella Semaan celebrated

Manager Antonio Conte – the subject of much speculation about his future – triumphed against his opponent Jose Mourinho.

Many had imagined United to win a record-breaking 13th FA Cup, but the Blues showed a spirit and skill that was temporarily lacking this season.

The tension behind the scenes made Stamford Bridge feel uncomfortable.

But Conte and all those dressed in blue enjoyed a moment as Hazard made his 300th appearance for the club with a first-half winner.

The 27-year-old scored the free kick he scored. Looking for a coherent response, United couldn’t beat Thibaut Courtois after the break as Paul Pogba missed the biggest chance late on.

It will be a memorable ending if, as expected, Conte’s final game as Chelsea boss proves, while Mourinho sees Premier League improvements this season mitigated by the noticeable lack of cutlery.

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