It was a mostly miserable day at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea's final home game of the season ended in a dreary 0-0 draw against Norwich. But the one moment worth a smile during the game came at halftime, when 89-year-old Chelsea legend Roy Bentley put on the best show of the day.
Bentley is the joint-fifth highest goalscorer in the club's history and was captain when Chelsea won their first title in 1955. So two weeks shy of his 90th birthday, he was brought out at halftime of the match and decided to show that he's still got some moves. First, he used his cane to demonstrate his golf swing, then he led the crowd in song and as a grand finale, he did a silky smooth dance routine.
Back when Bentley played the game, footballers worked second jobs to provide for their families. So in addition to playing for the likes of Newcastle, Chelsea, Fulham and England, he also worked as a stationary salesman. Try to imagine Wayne Rooney or Cristiano Ronaldo showing up on your doorstep to sell you paper today.
And here's Roy Bentley in action...
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