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Frustrated Chelsea Fans Reckon Gonzalo Higuaín is Slowing Down Their Attack

Frustrated Chelsea Fans Reckon Gonzalo Higuaín is Slowing Down Their Attack

Chelsea fans watched on in frustration tonight as Gonzalo Higuaín struggled to keep up with the pace of their dynamic attack in the win over West Ham at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues kept their hopes of finishing in this season’s Premier League top four alive by seeing off Manuel Pellegrini’s side 2-0, courtesy of a Eden Hazard double, one of which was an absolutely sensational solo goal in the first-half.

However, despite the victory, there are plenty of Chelsea supporters who have seen enough of Higuain this season, with the on-loan Juventus striker spurning several decent opportunities in the first-half, before becoming pretty anonymous in the second and eventually substituted for Oliver Giroud in the 75th minute.

Just today, the ex-Argentina striker spoke openly about his desire to stay with Chelsea into next season, but it doesn’t look as though he has much support from the club’s supporters on social media:

What do you think of Higuain’s spell in English football so far?

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