The 15 unbeaten run for Chelsea underThomas Tuchel came to a dramatic end after Chelsea were hammered 5-2 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon. It was a frustrating moment that saw Thiago Sylva shown a red card in the first half.
Thomas Tuchel named a changed lineup to start at home but things went from bad to worse when Thiago Sylva who was making a start since February was shown a second yellow card. He had to leave the field leaving Tuchels men 10 in the field.
By that time Chelsea were ahead courtesy of a goal from Pulisic who bundled the ball inside the net after Alonso's free kick hit the post. Then two goals in a space of three minutes turned the game to the visitors favour before half time.
In the second half Werner was in position perhaps to score but opted to pass the ball to Mount to score.
See that position from the picture below.
After that incident fans on Twitter were left with nothing rather than to post some interesting comments. See some of them
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