Photo: Oscar relaxes with daughter after Chelsea lose to Newcastle

Photo: Oscar plays with his daughter as he looks to forget disappointment of defeat

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Chelsea midfielder Oscar Photo: Oscar/Instagram

Oscar relaxed with his daughter on Sunday morning as the Chelsea midfielder looked to take his mind of their disappointing 2-1 loss to Newcastle United.

The Brazil international, like the rest of his Blues team-mates, struggled to get going against the Magpies at St James’s Park in Saturday’s early kick-off.

Newcastle United substitute Papiss Cisse scored twice in the second half to seal three points despite Didier Drogba’s late strike offering hope of a comeback.

And Blues playmaker Oscar, who was replaced by Andre Schurrle in the 61st minute, was forgetting that display by enjoying some quality time with his daughter, Julia, who was born earlier this year.

Oscar wrote on Instagram: “Good morning ! #Julia #minhaprincesa #myprincess #euteamo #iloveyou”

Oscar, 23, has scored three goals and made four assists in 13 Premier League appearances this season.

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