David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfies

DAVID LUIZ caused chaos on the roads when he held up traffic to take selfies with delighted Chelsea fans.

Fellow drivers stuck behind the commotion finally lost patience with the Brazilian and blasted their horns in frustration.

David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfies5 David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfies

Even the bus driver was shouting out of his window to try and clear the kids off the road and get traffic moving.

But Luiz looked like he had little care in the world as he headed home following Chelsea’s 2-0 win against rock-bottom Fulham.

In his black Mercedes he wound down his window and had the grin of a Cheshire Cat as fans fought to grab the perfect picture.

A member of the Chelsea staff could only laugh in the car behind.

David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfies5 Fans grabbed the chance to take selfies with the 31-year-old
David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfiesReuters5 No wonder Luiz was in such good spirits, after helping his side keep a clean sheet in the West London derby

Eventually enough was enough and Luiz was on his way, but it was no wonder he was in a good mood.

He helped marshal a defence to another clean sheet as the Blues offered the perfect response to their drubbing against Tottenham.

Pedro opened the scoring early on before super sub Ruben Loftus-Cheek settled matters late on.

The result leaves Chelsea third and a whopping nine points ahead of Manchester United.

David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfies5 Fans crowded the defenders car as he patiently posed for pictures
David Luiz causes traffic chaos after Chelsea win by stopping for selfiesGetty – Contributor5 Luiz performed better today than he has done recently, when it emerged that he had been directly responsible for 64 per cent of the goals that Chelsea have conceded

Luiz's future at Stamford Bridge may be uncertain, but the defender was making the most of having the fans on side.

The Brazilian has come under fire recently, as it has emerged that he's been at fault for a staggering 64 per cent of goals conceded by Chelsea this season.

Luiz has become a firm favourite since Maurizio Sarri took the reigns at Chelsea, but he has yet to push through a contract extension.

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