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Chelsea Troll Tottenham Fan Who Asked About Their Champions League Draw

Chelsea Troll Tottenham Fan Who Asked About Their Champions League Draw

Chelsea may not have been involved in Thursday’s Champions League draw due to their capitulation under Jose Mourinho last season, but the club’s social media team are already back in fine form.

With Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City and Leicester City all involved in last night’s draw, it must have been difficult for the Chelsea faithful, knowing they won’t compete in Europe this year.

However, when one Spurs fan had the cheek to troll the club, asking who they got in their Champions League group…enough was enough.

Yes, the club’s social media team responded on Facebook with a simple image, of Chelsea celebrating their 2012 UCL triumph over Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena:

 

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As they say, hell hath no fury like a football club scorned.

With Antonio Conte’s side deprived of European football this season, Chelsea will be able to focus solely on domestic competitions.

And it seems to be paying off so far, with the Stamford Bridge side having won both of their opening Premier League fixtures.

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