Thibaut Courtois was upset with Chelsea fans after Leicester

Thibaut Courtois was upset with Chelsea fans after Leicester

Chelsea 0 – Leicester 0

It wasn’t a great day for Chelsea.

Antonio Conte’s men were held to a goalless draw by Leicester on Saturday.

Will Chelsea finish the season as runners-up to Man City? The Leicester result has given Man United a boost before their match with Stoke on Monday.

Moreover, the Foxes held Chelsea to their fourth draw in a row. That’s after Arsenal and Norwich also held the Blues to stalemates.

Thibaut Courtois vs Chelsea fans

After the game Chelsea goalie Thibaut Courtois had a bit of pop at Chelsea’s fans.

The Belgian stopper was unhappy with the way the fans reacted during the Leicester game.

Courtois complained that “it doesn’t help when the fans boo and whistle after each misplaced pass.”

So how should fans display their disappointment when they see their players underperforming?

Gary Cahill injury

Antonio Conte used all his three subs before the hour against Leicester.

In the second half, as Chelsea were struggling to break down the Foxes, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas were replaced by Willian and Pedro.

While in the first half Conte was forced into bringing Andreas Christensen on for Gary Cahill.

Cahill was forced out the game with a worrying looking hamstring injury.

After the game, however, Conte dispelled fears that Cahill is set to be on the sidelines for a long period.

That was perhaps the only good news Chelsea had this weekend.

Also see: What about N’Golo Kante? Ban incoming & Leicester fans are furious.

Shocker for Chelsea: N’Golo Kante’s PSG talks revealed.

Soccer News

via 101 Great Goals

January 13, 2018 at 09:45AM


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