Sparta Prague Troll Chelsea After Ticket Sale For Slavia Prague Game Gaffe

Sparta Prague Troll Chelsea After Ticket Sale For Slavia Prague Game Gaffe

Sparta Prague have trolled Chelsea after the English club made a mistake in promoting their Europa League game with Slavia Prague.

The English Premier League side face Slavia in the quarter-finals of the competition, with the first leg away in Czech Republic a week on Thursday before the second leg at Stamford Bridge a week later.

Chelsea have already released tickets for that second leg, announcing on their website that fans could get their seats for it now.

But they made one important mistake – they listed Sparta rather than Slavia.

And Sparta noticed, tweeting this earlier:

Fair play to them – that’s a funny response.

The mistake has now been fixed on the Chelsea website and fans can see the correct opponent listed.

Fans better hope Maurizio Sarri and his players are well aware of the team they’re going up against when next week’s first leg gets underway.

Chelsea have a good chance of success in the competition now and will be well aware that winning it can gain them direct access to the Champions League next term.

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