Mason Mount: Chelsea Star Steps Out in Baggy Outfit for Premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
- Three Lions midfielder Mason Mount wore a divisive outfit to the launch of the blockbuster Hollywood film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
- The follow-up to Black Panther is set to hit theatres on November 11, aiming to follow the huge success of its predecessor in 2018
- Some fans trolled Mount's choice of clothing however, while others lauded his bold fashion sense
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has gotten fans talking, after he wore oversized clothing to the premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on Thursday, November 3.
Mount was in action for Chelsea the previous night in their Champions League clash against Dinamo Zagreb. The Blues won the game 2-1 and Mount won the man of the match award.
Daily Mail reports that the midfielder attended the event at Cineworld Leicester Square in London.
How did fans react?
His choice of clothing left fans with a lot to say, with many wondering why he opted for that look.
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@DanielRegha was livid:
"Mount's outfit looks ridiculous, lovely color & dope shoes but the oversize is not drip; Celebs be wearing awful outfits in an attempt to look stylish or start a trend. Only a few players like Memphis, Yedlin & Pogba, just to name a few, are impressing me with their fashion game."
"Looks like his mum bought it for him and said you’ll grow into it."
"When you borrow your uncles pants"
The midfielder started the season poorly but has since picked up the pace under new manager Graham Potter.
He is expected to be a part of Gareth Southgate's squad for the World Cup, where the Three Lions will be looking to better the 2018 semi-final finish.
Mason Mount on Potter's impact
Sports Brief has reported that Chelsea forward Mason Mount has revealed how Graham Potter has impacted his game, allowing him to score more goals and contribute to the team's performance.
The 23-year-old was underwhelming at the start of the season under Thomas Tuchel, failing to register a goal or an assist in seven matches under the German.
Since Potter was appointed however, Mount has improved significantly, getting seven goal contributions in ten matches under the Englishman.