Mykhailo Mudryk spotted in McDonalds after Ukraine's defeat to Spain, fans can't believe it
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Mykhailo Mudryk has been spotted treating himself to a McDonalds after Ukraine lost to Spain in the Under-21 European Championships.
However, the 22-year-old has impressed for Ukraine at the U21 Euros, providing a moment of magic against France which saw them progress 3-1 winners into the semi-finals.
Unfortunately, Ukraine failed to make it past Spain, who swept them aside 5-1, although Mudryk did produce a wonderful assist for his country's opening goal.
He has since been spotted ordering a McDonalds in Romania's capital Bucharest, with fans confused at what he was doing there.
One fan wrote: "Why's Mudryk at McDonalds?" accompanied by a crying laughing face.
Another added: "Let him order his nuggets in peace."
A third wrote: "He defo got a McFlurry."
A fourth joked: "Job interview?"
Part of the criticism aimed at Chelsea last season was Todd Boehly's spendthrift attitude which has seen him spend over £600 million on players since his arrival, with a hefty chunk of that spent on Mudryk.
However, new manager Mauricio Pochettino has rubbished claims that the squad is too big, instead viewing it as a positive.
"When I was outside I was hearing people giving opinions about the squad being too big. For me it's a fresh start with other players and the ones that will come," he said in an interview on Friday.
'"I don't think too much on that. There are always people in and people out. The squad was big last season and it's normal to reduce it but for me it's not a big issue."
"My target is to win, my aim is to win. Play well is our style, philosophy and culture. If you don't win in a club like Chelsea, you will struggle.
"With the players we have and the strategy to believe. It's about winning, being competitive. And translate this energy to our fans. To create the togetherness, it's a difficult, in the Premier League all together we can be close to win again."