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In the red corner there was happiness and relief and in the blue corner there was only anger and frustration and Cesc Fabregas showed his feelings at full time in Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Huddersfield on Wednesday night.
For Huddersfield Town the unlikely point against last season's Premier League champions, coming just days after getting a similarly implausible point against this season's winners, meant staying in the top tier of English football for at least another season.
However elation for them meant frustration for Chelsea. The loss of two points, as Antonio Conte's side will see it, likely means they won't catch Liverpool in fourth and will miss out on Champions League football next season.
Unless Brighton can do the unlikely and stop the Reds in their tracks before their Champions League final date with Real Madrid and Chelsea can beat Newcastle United then the Blues will be without Champions League football next season.
After the match with Huddersfield one player that was clearly very frustrated was Cesc Fabregas as he refused to shake Terriers manager David Wagner's hand. After the match the German said, "He was angry, he was speaking Spanish, I didn't hear him. He had a really good game."
Some fans weren't impressed with the Spaniard's actions:
Cesc Fabregas refused to shake David Wagner's hand. Classy.- Sam Cunningham (@samcunningham) May 9, 2018
He is a really horrible guy- Mark (@EagleMarkCPFC) May 9, 2018
Better than throwing pizza at him :joy:- Allan Nielsen (@smileberg) May 10, 2018
Haha he always was a class act!- Chris John Wood (@chrisjohnwood18) May 9, 2018
Classless as we already knew- WhiteHartLady (@AmandaSeager) May 9, 2018
Pathetic.- LAMOUREUX LANDON (@LamoureuxLandon) May 9, 2018
It's been a difficult title defence for Antonio Conte and his team after the unexpected nature of their title win last season and the Italian is likely to be leaving Stamford Bridge in the summer.
Whoever takes over will be hoping that they aren't out of the Champions League for longer than a season.