Chelsea players are SLAMMED for ‘shamefully’ letting their mascot walk alone before kick-off at Anfield
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Chelsea’s players have been slammed for their ‘disgraceful’ behavior by letting their mascot walk alone at Anfield.
The Reds maintained their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a fantastic 4-1 win over Chelsea at Anfield.
Chelsea grabbed a late consolation through Christopher Nkunku before Luis Diaz added a fourth late on.
Overall, it was another disappointing night for Mauricio Pochettino’s men who look a lost team.
And it seems it’s not just their performances on the pitch that annoy fans, it’s their treatment of mascots too.
The Chelsea fan was left on his own as the Blues players joined a team
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As both teams shook hands, it was time to get ready for the game as the Chelsea players gathered.
However, the Blues mascot was left on his own as ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ was sung out by the crowd.
Reacting to the clip, one Chelsea fan wrote: ‘It’s really sad and performances where we are as a club….ruins,’ while another similarly added: ‘Is this club capable of doing anything right to do?’
A third said: ‘Unbelievable!! The poor boy is somewhat lost like the team he supports!!’
Another wrote: ‘This is heartbreaking. My 2 sons were mascots for a @LFC legends game a few years back. Neither I nor they will ever forget the way the players honestly looked after them. Shame on those players.’
A fifth commented: ‘Poor boy. Absolutely hate to see stuff like that and so disappointed in our players for not taking notice of him.’
Fans criticized the Chelsea players for letting him walk alone and ignoring him
As the transfer deadline day draws to a close, Chelsea’s Armando Broja has attracted some attention.
Mail Sport understands Gary O’Neil and Wolves’ recruitment team were big admirers of the Albanian forward.
Broja has scored twice in 19 games for the club this season after returning from an ACL injury that kept him sidelined for nearly a year.
It comes as Fulham push to land the forward, with Chelsea softening their £50m valuation of the striker earlier today.
Despite that, Silva’s side appear unwilling to meet his £5million loan valuation, with Mail Sport reporting that they are also eyeing a loan move for PSG forward Hugo Ekitike.