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Didier Drogba leaves Arsenal fan speechless with savage response to Chelsea debate

Didier Drogba leaves Arsenal fan speechless with savage response to Chelsea debate

Didier Drogba shared a brutal exchange with an Arsenal fan.

Didier Drogba left an Arsenal fan speechless with his brutal response to a question about Chelsea.

Having played for the likes of Le Mans, Guingamp and Marseille, Drogba joined Chelsea back in 2004 in a deal worth a reported fee of £24 million.

Since then, the Ivorian went on to make 341 appearances for the Blues, scoring 157 goals.

Recently, Drogba returned to the pitch in a friendly match in Qatar. During this, he left an Arsenal fan speechless when chatting about Chelsea. You can watch the footage below.

YouTuber Sharky asked the former striker: “Didier one more thing, I need to get this off my chest. I’m an Arsenal fan. Growing up, you broke my heart so many times.”

Drogba then replied: “I had to do the job, the big man over there inspired me. Arsenal was my team, with Pires, Henry and Wiltord, my boys.”

Sharky then asked: “So did you not have like, did it not hurt you to score against them.”

Drogba responded with: “No no no, but for us, it was for like competition. Who owns London? London is blue.”

Drogba then asked: “How many Champions League? How many Champions League?”

The former Chelsea man scored twice during the friendly match, the first was a lovely team goal as Kaka and Yung Filly exchanged quick passes before the latter flicked a ball over the top for Drogba, who proceeded to lash the it into the bottom corner with his left.


The Ivorian then bagged his second in the closing stages of the game, latching on to a ball over the top and rounding the keeper before tapping it into the empty net.

Drogba's goals weren't enough as his team were beaten 7-5 by Team Chunkz on the night.

Drogba retired from professional football back in 2018 at the age of 40, ending his career in America.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@ohnosharky

Topics: Didier Drogba, Chelsea, Arsenal, Premier League, Football