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'Leave us alone!' - Chelsea brutally 'violated' last night even when they weren't playing, fans can't believe it

'Leave us alone!' - Chelsea brutally 'violated' last night even when they weren't playing, fans can't believe it

“If [you] don’t laugh, you will cry.” Chelsea fans were not expecting to see this during the broadcast for Leeds vs Leicester City.

Fans have been left in stitches after Chelsea were ‘violated’ during BT Sport’s coverage of Leeds’ 1-1 draw with Leicester City on Tuesday.

Luis Sinisterra opened the scoring in the first half for Leeds at Elland Road, but Jamie Vardy pulled back a second-half equaliser to rescue a point for Leicester.

Leicester are currently 17th and one point clear of 18th-place Everton, while 16th-place Leeds are only two points clear of the Premier League drop zone.

During the second half of the match, eagle-eyed fans hilariously spotted that Chelsea were included in an infographic for teams in the bottom half who have scored the most this season.

Chelsea were also bottom of the infographic and trailed the likes of Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and West Ham, having scored only 30 times in the league this season.

“If [you] don’t laugh, you will cry,” one fan said.

Someone else added: “This is ridiculous.”

“Leave us alone,” a third tweeted.

Another Twitter user wrote: “Spending €600m in one season. And to be that bad certainly need some skills.”

While a fifth posted: “That team is in the deep end, man.”

And a sixth commented: “Nah, I’m not even trying to troll. That’s properly embarrassing. WTF has [Todd] Boehly done?”

Chelsea languish in 11th place in the league table after a turbulent season, which has seen the axing of both Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter.

The Blues are 20 points off from the Premier League top four with only seven league matches remaining, with Chelsea facing the real possibility of missing out on European football next season.

Former Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard returned to Stamford Bridge after Potter was sacked and the Blues have lost four consecutive matches under him.

Chelsea return to Premier League action on Wednesday when they host Brentford at Stamford Bridge, with kick-off slated for 7:45pm UK time.


Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Twitter

Topics: Chelsea, Premier League, England, Football, Fan Reactions, Leicester City, Leeds United