Blues boss Frank Lampard's assistant, Morris, would normally barely get noticed on his seat in the dugout, but he stole the show on Wednesday evening, along with the referee.

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Ovidiu Hategan, who was officiating the Group H match, seemingly took great delight in insisting that the Chelsea assistant stand up from his seat - much to the Chelsea bench's bewilderment.

Eventually, a very reluctant Morris got up from his seat, only to be extravagantly shown the yellow card with much panache.


It was a very amusing incident, and one even Morris may enjoy looking back on it given Chelsea's stunning result with Michy Batshuayi's goal separating the sides.

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