Chelsea Fans Savagely Trolled For Song Chanted At Manchester City
Chelsea fans copped a lot of stick for the song they chanted at Manchester City.
The defending English champions traveled up north to play the runaway league leaders, with the club taking around 3,000 fans to the Etihad.
But the visiting Chelsea fans didn't have much to shout about following their teams absolutely woeful display.
While many expected City to embarrass their opponents on 'Super Sunday', Chelsea actually embarrassed themselves.
Antonio Conte's game plan was questioned after playing Eden Hazard in a false No.9 position ahead of summer and January signing Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud, respectively.
And a particular chant heard from the away section was also questioned.
Chelsea fans sang: "Champions Of Europe - You'll Never Sing That."
Chelsea fans are taunting their Manchester City counterparts with the chant: "Champions Of Europe - You'll Never Sing That." Wouldn't bank on it.- Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) March 4, 2018
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As Mr. McNulty says, wouldn't bank on it.
Pep's charges are one of the favourites to raise the coveted Champions League trophy, and are four-up against FC Basel ahead of the home return leg.
Twitter then took the piss, even leaving some Chelsea fans scratching their heads.
"Champions of Europe, you'll never sing that" well they will in about 2 months lads- Tom Monks (@TomMonks94) March 4, 2018
"CHAMPIONS of Europe you'll never sing that" we sing to a team who'll probably win 2 before we win our next- Gustychelsea (@gustychelsea) March 4, 2018
Champions of Europe you'll never sing that to a team who are 4-0 up in the first leg of a CL tie. Weird- Ben (@TheRebuck) March 4, 2018
Champions of Europe, you'll never sing that. Chant the Chelsea fans who's team are walking around the pitch showing 0 effort whatsoever. #MCICHE- Jürgen Klopp (@KeshBains_LFC) March 4, 2018
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