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Chelsea legend Didier Drogba trolled by an Arsenal fan, his reaction was priceless

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba trolled by an Arsenal fan, his reaction was priceless

Drogba won the 11/12 Champions League for Chelsea by scoring the winning penalty.

Footage has emerged showing a young Arsenal fan trolling Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, his reaction was absolutely brilliant. 

The viral clip showed Drogba signing a young fan’s Chelsea shirt. However, when the former Ivory Coast international finished signing the shirt, the young fan removed the Chelsea shirt. 

To Drogba’s horror, the young fan had an Arsenal shirt underneath. Drogba’s reaction was priceless. 

As the young fan laughed, Drogba said: “Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh my god! How can you do that?!” 

You can watch the footage below. 

Fans also reacted to the viral clip on social media. 

One fan said: “Drogba’s reaction is way too funny.”

Another tweeted: “Drogba takes this so well. Champion!”

A third fan added: “Top tier banter. Put it in my veins, then in the hall of fame!!” 

Drogba spent his Premier League career tormenting Arsenal whilst playing for Chelsea. But he revealed that he used to be a Gunner. 

In 2009, he told FourFourTwo: “I like to play against Arsenal because they used to be the team people supported in France because of all the French players there, so I was supporting them as well.”


Drogba’s former side, Chelsea have had a tough start to the season. 

The Stamford Bridge club spent over £250 million in the summer transfer window on the likes of Raheem Sterling, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Kalidou Koulibaly. 

However, the performances have been well below par, Chelsea find themselves sixth in the Premier League. Thomas Tuchel was sacked after the Blues’ shock 1-0 defeat by Dinamo Zagreb last week. 

Graham Potter was chosen to take over the reigns at Stamford Bridge, but his first game in charge ended in disappointment as his side failed to hold on to their 1-0 lead and ended up drawing 1-1 against Red Bull Salzburg.


The manager said after the match: “We’re disappointed with the result. We scored a good goal, but lost a bit in the second half but their goalkeeper has made some good saves.

“It is what it is, we have to dust ourselves down. Personality and application was good, we will get better.”

Chelsea are bottom of their Champions League group after collecting just one point out of a possible six. 

Potter has a big job on his hands. Will he be a success at Chelsea? Only time will tell. 

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@_Grimanditweets

Topics: Didier Drogba, Chelsea, Arsenal