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Chelsea and Wolves fans join forces in singing derogatory chant against Mauricio Pochettino's side

Chelsea and Wolves fans join forces in singing derogatory chant against Mauricio Pochettino's side

They joined forces.

Chelsea and Wolves fans joined forces to sing a derogatory chant targeted at Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

On Sunday Matheus Cunha scored a hat-trick as Wolves stunned Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge.

Cole Palmer gave Pochettino’s men a 19th-minute lead only for Wolves to levelled through Cunha less than three minutes later.

Wolves then took the lead before the break as Rayan Ait-Nouri met Pedro Neto's cutback and deflected the ball in off Axel Disasi.

The home supporters greeted the half-time whistle with a chorus of boos, but the second half was no better, as Cunha scored two more goals to complete his hat-trick before Thiago Silva headed in a late consolation.

The fans turned on Pochettino during the game, while the team were again booed off at full time. Moreover, fans chanted the name of former owner Roman Abramovich as they shipped four goals for the second time in five days.

On another occasion, the Wolves supporters began singing "You're f**king s**t" to the Chelsea faithful.

The Blues supporters subsequently responded by singing "We're f**king s**t!". That led to the whole of Stamford Bridge serenading the team with derogatory chants.

After the game, Pochettino apologised to the home fans.

He said: “When we scored the game was for us but when we conceded the first goal I think we started to feel nervous.

“We didn’t manage well the stress and yes we conceded two more goals. It was difficult to manage the team and the stress. We go into half-time and then in the second half we had some chances to score, but we conceded a third and that was really tough.”

He added: “I’m so disappointed. I apologise to the fans. Thank you to the fans who were there until the end helping and supporting the team.

“Yes. We apologise. So sorry and we feel disappointed. We need to change this feeling.

“I think we can change. We felt so disappointed.”

Featured Image Credit: Premier League

Topics: Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Premier League