The banner itself features an image of Mountholding the Champions‘ League trophy with themessage: “The boy who had a dream.”
Twitter user cfcuk Fanzine shared the news of thebanner with the caption: “A 100ft by 50ftoverhead banner in honour of Mason Mount, oneof the best and brightest hopes for Chelsea’sfuture.”
“One fan wrote:”Why are we making a bannerabout Mason Mount??
“A third added:”I love Mason Mount’s bannerdisplayed against Aston Villa but I needexplanation how Azpilicueta who has been withChelsea for NINE YEARS and Captained us toUCL trophy never had one.
Another added: “Giving Mason Mount a bannerwas top top decision. Absolutely love him. One ofour own.”
“I don’t get why some people have a problemwith Mason Mount getting a banner tbh. He’s afan favourite and people want to show theirappreciation for him – there’s nothing wrong withthat,” a third wrote.