Jorginho singled out for heavy criticism following Chelsea’s drubbing at Man City

Jorginho singled out for heavy criticism following Chelsea’s drubbing at Man City

Fans have flooded to Twitter this evening to take aim at Chelsea midfielder Jorginho, following the Italian international’s showing during the Blues’ clash with Manchester City.

Man City 6-0 Chelsea

Pep Guardiola’s City welcomed Chelsea to the Etihad a short time ago, eager to secure 3 points in their quest to reclaim top-spot in the Premier League table.

And the Citizens subsequently went on to manage not only that this evening, but also to lay down a marker to the rest of the English top-flight courtesy of an absolutely frightening showing.

A blitzing opening half-hour from the champions saw City race out to an unassailable 4-0 lead, courtesy of Raheem Sterling, a Sergio Aguero brace, and Ilkay Gundogan.

And things only got worse for Chelsea following the break, as Aguero went on to notch his hat-trick from the penalty-spot, before Sterling added further gloss to the scoreline ten minutes from time.

Jorginho criticism

Unsurprisingly, Chelsea’s abysmal showing has since seen a number of the Blues’ stars singled out for criticism online, with the likes of Marcos Alonso, David Luiz and Ross Barkley having all disappointed.

However, no player was more roundly-slated by viewers than Jorginho, who looked absolutely lost in Manchester this evening.

The former Napoli man proved a passenger from start to finish, looking overly-timid with the ball at his feet, and completely off the pace when out of possession.

‘Jorginho or his job’

Check out some of the social media highlights on the former Napoli’s man’s performance at the Etihad below:

‘Sarri out’: Calls for Sarri to be sacked after embarrassing first-half vs Man City

It’s Chelsea vs Man United as Arsenal’s top four hopes are dismissed by Graeme Souness

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via 101 Great Goals

February 10, 2019 at 10:23AM


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