“Don’t play him against Man City”, Chelsea fans blast star player as they send message to Tuchel

Following today’s English premier league fixture between Chelsea and Aston Villa at Villa Park, a lot of Chelsea fans came out to blast their star player after having a terrible performance in today’s match up.

Chelsea started well in the opening minutes of the first half, they saw more of the ball possessions and had better chances of scoring. Thomas Tuchel side failed to deliver in front of goal but they never gave up, Aston Villa took the lead in the final minutes of the second half after Bertrand Traore scored a well built goal from Matt Targett assist. It was a well deserved lead for Aston Villa as they got back into the game in the final minutes of the first half.
Aston Villa extended their lead to 2-0 in the second half of the match after Anwar El-Ghazi scored from the penalty spot. Chelsea started horribly in the second half of the match, they got out of the UEFA Champions League spot after Leicester City got the lead against Tottenham Hotspur at the King Power Stadium. Ben Chilwel got a consolation goal for Chelsea after he scored from Christain Pulisic assist. Tottenham Hotspur got the equalizer and sent Chelsea back into the Champions League Spot. Thomas Tuchel side had hope of playing in the UEFA Champions League next season.
Chelsea fans were not impressed with Jorginho performance in today’s match, the Italian midfielder failed to deliver his best for Chelsea in today’s match. He costed Chelsea a second goal after he brought a player down in the penalty area. An angry fan made it known that Jorginho finished the team in today’s match, Jorginho once again costs Chelsea a goal just when they needed one. Comment made can be seen below.
A lot of Chelsea fans came out to share their views on Jorginho, fans were not pleased with his performance in today’s match. No doubt his one of Chelsea’s top players of the season he had one of his worst performances in today’s match. Comments made can be seen below.
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