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Noni Madueke breaks his silence after 'laughing' about Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final defeat

Noni Madueke breaks his silence after 'laughing' about Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final defeat

Man City knocked Chelsea out of the FA Cup this weekend but what did Madueke say?

Chelsea's Noni Madueke has broken his silence after he was seen laughing following the Blues' FA Cup semi-final defeat on Saturday.

The 22-year-old was blasted on social media after footage of the incident emerged with one fan saying that he "doesn't care about football" and another posting "hope you're sold".

Madueke was born in London and came through the ranks at Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur before moving to PSV in the Netherlands.

He joined Chelsea in January 2023 for an estimated £26.5million and has made 39 appearances so far for the club.

The Blues were arguably the better side over 90 minutes at Wembley on Saturday and will rue many missed chances.

It means their wait for domestic silverware goes on with their last triumph coming in this very competition back in 2018.

Madueke posted on Instagram for the first time since the game sharing a quote from the bible which said: "Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Jesus Christ."

He was also the centre of attention last when he argued with Cole Palmer and Nicolas Jackson over taking a penalty during their game against Everton.

Clear problems remain at Chelsea with the giants having fallen to become a mediocre mid-table side in recent seasons despite spending heavily.

Mauricio Potchettino seems to be the right appointment as he knows what it takes to build a young squad and turn them into challengers.

Chelsea's best opportunity for silverware in the past couple of years has come in both domestic cup competitions.

They lost on penalties in the 2022 FA Cup final to Liverpool and were beaten again by Jurgen Klopp's side in this year's Carabao Cup final.

The Blues' Wembley hoodoo continues amidst growing expectations that they must win something sooner rather than later.

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Topics: Chelsea, Mauricio Pochettino, Manchester City, FA Cup