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Chelsea stars celebrate match win at Mayfair club...even though they weren't playing

Last updated at 15:04pm on 21st January 2008

Chelsea manager Avram Grant look away now - his star players John Terry and Frank Lampard were snapped in a sports car with no seatbelts on.

The pair were spotted at 4.30am yesterday leaving the Mayfair nightspot in Berkeley Street, after celebrating their club's 1-0 win over Birmingham on Saturday. But neither of the top-flight stars actually played in the latest Premiership match due to injuries.

They were joined at the swish members' club - where they would have had no problem in satisfying the minimum spend per table of £350 - by Frank's fiancée Elen Rives. But while Elen left the club bright eyed, Frank struggled to keep his eyes open in the car.

The engaged couple seem to have patched up differences in their relationship after a going through a rocky patch in the summer.

Rives removed her engagement ring in July after tabloid reports claimed Lampard had cheated on her with a woman in Las Vegas.

Lampard denied the claims, but agreed to Rives' demands to move out of London to Esher, Surrey, for a quieter lifestyle away from the capital's party scene. That didn't stop them enjoying their luxurious night out over the weekend.

It also appears Frank has used his time out with an injury to grow a beard:

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