Former Brazilian and Chelsea midfielder Oscar made a quick remembrance to life at Chelsea as he celebrated his birthday with a video clip of his time at Stamford Bridge.
Oscar came in as part of Roberto Di Matteo’s exceptional midfield triumvirate in 2012 with Eden Hazard and Juan Mata who were jointly called “Mazaca” by some fans.
His solo movement with the ball drew a comparison to his fellow Brazilian teammate Kaka. He was a skilful player who makes creative runs with the ball.
Oscar was used as both a defensive and offensive player in his time at Chelsea as his cunning movement was notably used to build up plays in effective areas that makes him a threat to the opposition.
Despite given the number 8 shirt to replicate Frank Lampard’s style and position, he was unanimously cool-headed and unique with his performance.
Oscar humility unfolded when he was deployed as Chelsea central midfielder and yet he was given many praises to his contribution in the Europa cup victory in 2013.
He played and paved his way through several managers who ended up using him as the pivot to most of their plans.
His sublime passes always win praises of the crowds and he once thought of ending his career at Chelsea until the Italian boss Antonio Conte came.
Former Chelsea manager Conte did not give most players the opportunity to compete with others, which saw Chelsea lose players like Ramirez, Mikel Obi and Oscar to be precise.
The love the Brazilian has for the club shows how much it was crested in his heart as he posted a video of a few of his past event in Chelsea on his birthday.
Below is a video of his birthday celebration.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 9, 2018
Happy Birthday Oscar.