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Wesley Fofana took to Instagram to express his support for Reece James, who was injured in Chelsea’s win over Bournemouth last night.

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Kai Havertz and Mason Mount scored for the Blues, who looked sharp in the first half.

The winger was playing in his first game since suffering an injury against AC Milan in October, which forced him to miss the World Cup in Qatar.

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It was never intended for James to play the entire game, but just minutes into the second half, he went down and indicated that he needed to leave.

The 23-year-pain old’s was only matched by the pain on his face as the prospect of another stint on the sidelines became a reality.

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Fellow defender Fofana took to Instagram to express his support for a player he has grown close to at Stamford Bridge.

James receives a message from Fofana.
He stated, “My bro.” I am rooting for you to persevere. You will return stronger.”

The Frenchman has also been sidelined for an extended period of time after attempting to recover from an injury sustained during the Christmas break.

However, due to an injury sustained in a behind-closed-doors friendly, his return to competitive football has been postponed until the new year.

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The pair have the potential to be key members of Chelsea’s right wing for a number of years, with James slotting back into things seamlessly when he returned.

He also worked well with Raheem Sterling, who was lauded for his performance. The Englishman set up Havertz for the game-opening goal.

Blues fans will be hoping that the injury is not as bad as feared, as they have already seen how much weaker they are without James.

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