After Knocked out, Chelsea quipped Through Caricature
Paris – Removal of Chelsea out of the Champions League is still a warm conversation. In France there, the removal of the Blues followed by the emergence of a caricature pretty flicked.
Chelsea failed to advance to the quarterfinals of the Champions League after a 2-2 draw with Paris Saint-Germain at Stamford Bridge on Thursday (12/3) pm dawn. With that score, both teams get the same aggregate strong: 3-3. However, PSG qualify because excel in aggressiveness away goals.
After the match, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, said that his team performed poorly. They can not take advantage of the number of players after the referee Bjorn Kuipers oust PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
If Mourinho highlighted the performance of foster children, is not the case with the French public. Chelsea is their failure to use to make a satire.
It’s no secret that after the first leg a few weeks ago, a group of Chelsea fans throwing a tantrum embarrassing in Paris. The Chelsea fans it prohibits a black man into the train cars that they meet. Not only that, they also sang racist appeal to man’s smell.
The incident drew criticism. Chelsea was immediately acted to seek supporters involved in the incident. They then find it and prohibit the perpetrator of racist abuse that makes Stamford Bridge for life.
However, rice has become porridge. Streak can not be removed from the face Chelsea. When finally Chelsea knocked out, a fairly flicked caricature appeared in social media.
The caricature depicts a man with a distinctive blue costume Chelsea banned from entry into the train cars. Train car itself is like a wagon that brings teams of participants to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
According to the Bleacher Report website, the cartoons were first uploaded by someone named Grably Raphael through his personal Twitter account,GrablyR. Raphael nudge itself followed by the hashtag #Chelsea #Out.
In addition to these caricatures, there are some other pictures are milling about in social media. One picture showed Mourinho barred carriages containing Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola and Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti. Both Bayern and Madrid itself successfully advanced to the quarterfinals.