Chelsea won the Club World Cup yesterday and the West Ham fans will love the celebratory picture they posted after their victory.
The UAE played host to the tournament and Chelsea took on Brazilian side Palmeiras in the final.
Thomas Tuchel’s side qualified for the tournament after beating Manchester City in the Champions League final last season.
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The Blues were hot favourites to win last night’s final but they were made to work hard for their win.
The scores were tied at 1-1 after 90 minutes so the game went into extra time.
A late Kai Havertz goal won the game for Chelsea. After the match, they released a celebratory picture montage on Twitter:
Eagle-eyed West Ham fan spots big Chelsea Club World Cup boo-boo
Fair play to Chelsea. They do have a habit of winning and have done for the past 18 years now.
Their social media team had a stinker last night though.
Edouard Mendy, seen at the top left of the picture, had an absolute shocker against West Ham earlier on in the season at the London Stadium.
And amazingly, the Chelsea social media admin used the screenshot of when Arthur Masuaku scored past him during our 3-2 win in December:
It obviously matters little to Chelsea, but the howler from the Blues media team will give the West Ham fans something to chuckle about.
Our win over Chelsea at the London Stadium earlier this season was one of the best results of the season.
Chelsea are currently sitting seven points ahead of us in the Premier League table. A win against Leicester today would see us close the gap to just four points.
A win against the Foxes is obviously the most important thing today but the picture of Mendy in Chelsea’s celebratory montage will give us all a little laugh this morning.
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