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Video: Chelsea Fans Furious with David Luiz After Fernando Llorente Heads Home Spurs Goal

Video: Chelsea Fans Furious with David Luiz After Fernando Llorente Heads Home Spurs Goal

Chelsea fans were left absolutely furious with David Luiz this evening after the Brazilian failed to deal with Spurs striker Fernando Llorente at a basic crossed ball.

Having gone 2-0 up on the night in the second-leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were heading to the final 2-1 on aggregate, and a Tottenham side missing Harry Kane and Dele Alli looked rather toothless in attack.

However, Llorente came out for the second-half in determined mood, and soon came up with one of his trademark headers to put Mauricio Pochettino’s men back in the driving seat – but a player of Luiz’s experience and quality should really have done better here, surely?

He’s taken more than his fair share of criticism since joining Spurs but Llorente is a World Cup winner after all, and he definitely knows where the net is if you feed him correctly.

Whoever makes the final, will they have enough to defeat the awaiting Manchester City?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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