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Video: The Goal That Broke Judas’ Heart Side Comments (#CHEMNU)

So many words, I’m speechless. You caption this .

It’s unsure what to have expected at the Stamford Bridge on Monday night with a depleted Manchester United side facing a full fledged Chelsea side.

That was a joke. Everyone expected Jose Mourinho to suffer not only boos from Chelsea fans, but also a loss to Conte’s men because of his lack of strikers.

The game ended 1-0 in favour of Chelsea who ran the Red Devils ragged for the most part of the game. Just in case you missed the solitary goal scored by Kante, see it below:

The sending off of Herrera was a game killer. Please don’t ask me if it was worth a red card as I’m still unsure of why a player’s first two tackles in a game will earn him two yellow cards.

Maybe I’ll have time to do a comprehensive analysis of the quarter finals of the FA Cup and an analysis of the things to come in the semi-finals later in the week.

Just maybe.

That being said, you can add this other name to Jose Mourinho’s long list of names: Jose ‘Judas’ Mourinho. Nice one Blues! Thanks for giving us something to talk about throughout this week.


Have I mentioned how Hazard was unplayable, Rojo’s Man-of-the-Match performance, Valencia, Diego Costa’s new ‘acting role‘ and The Touchline Bust up?

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2 thoughts on “Video: The Goal That Broke Judas’ Heart Side Comments (#CHEMNU)

  1. I believe Man United did an awesome job with the score line without the big name strikers. Chelsea was just lucky anyways. And as regards the yellow cards and subsequently red card is really questionable.
    I give it to Chelsea above all, as a Man United fan. I was only expecting a miracle for a win to proceed. I believe that answer will be for another day.

    1. YeS, U’re right, Man. Utd and De Gea and Rojo did a brilliant job of keeping the scoreline respectable. With the ‘striker problems’ it was hard to see Mourinho come out of this one a victor.

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