FOOTAGE of Chelsea legend Branislav Ivanovic’s incredible, trophy-laden private museum has surfaced online – and all fans are saying the same thing.
The 38-year-old Serb is easily the most decorated player to grace Stamford Bridge.
After joining the Blues from Lokomotiv Moscow in 2008, the versatile defender quickly became a huge fan favorite at the Shed End.
He won the FA Cup in the first of his nine seasons in west London.
But that was just the first of nine major trophies he won there.
The highlight was undoubtedly the 2012 Champions League triumph – but a year later he was actually the match-winner himself in the dying seconds as Chelsea beat Benfica in the Europa League final.
Ivanovic has three Premier League title medals in his collection to match his three FA Cup medals and one League Cup.
And to top it off, he even has a Community Shield medal.
He was already successful before his time in England, winning the Russian Cup with Lokomotiv, and he added two Russian Premier League titles late in his career after joining Zenit St Petersburg from the Blues in 2017.
Now a clip has gone viral on Tik Tok of Ivanovic showing off his mega trophy collection in a purpose-built museum that appears to be in his home.
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There are hundreds of shirts from both clubs he’s played for and opponents adorned around the room, but he’s also had replicas made of every trophy he’s ever won.
And it even has a bright blue Chelsea bike inside!
The space is truly stunning – but fans couldn’t help but taunt rivals Tottenham as they gazed at them in admiration.
One commented: “More trophies than Tottenham actually!”
Another wrote, “Only Spurs could wish for this trophy cabinet.”
Another Chelsea fan said: “What a legend!!! Spurs wish they had won as much.”
Ivanovic, who ended his career with a brief stint at West Brom in the 2020/21 season, is joined by Ashley Cole and Cesar Azpilicueta as the most decorated players in Chelsea history.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6439557/chelsea-branislav-ivanovic-trophy-museum-tottenham/ Inside Chelsea legend Branislav Ivanovic’s incredible private museum, while the fans all crack the same joke