Piers Morgan trolls Chelsea star Mykhailo Mudryk after West Ham clash in brutal tweet leaving Arsenal fans in hysterics – PaintBallBeam.com

PIERS MORGAN left Arsenal fans in hysterics after trolling Mykhailo Mudryk following Chelsea’s 1-1 draw at West Ham.

The Gunners fanatic couldn’t resist taking a pop after Mudryk endured a torrid time in east London on Saturday.


Mykhailo Mudryk has been trolled after Chelsea’s draw at West HamCredit: Getty
Morgan couldn't resist having a pop after Arsenal had their move for Mudryk hijacked


Morgan couldn’t resist having a pop after Arsenal had their move for Mudryk hijackedCredit: Getty

The Ukrainian winger, 22, struggled to find his best form again, having been hooked at half-time in the last game against Fulham.

Chelsea hijacked Arsenal’s move for Mudryk last month after agreeing to meet Shakhtar Donetsk’s £88million asking price.

But despite an impressive debut cameo against Liverpool, it’s now been two uneventful starts for Chelsea’s latest glamour signing.

And Morgan made sure he got his two cents in by taking aim at Mudryk in a troll post online.

Posting a picture of the forward, Morgan tweeted: “Most expensive turkey in world football?”

This sent Arsenal fans into fits of giggles, with one laughing: “Big flop, a developing player who thought he was already a superstar and chased the money to Chelsea.”

Another guffawed: “I think most of us are enjoying Chelsea being so terrible at the moment.”

One chuckled: “I still believe he would well under Arteta, maybe Arsenal should bid £60m in the summer.”


Another added: “Think Mudryk looks no good for Chelsea.”

The pressure is now on Blues boss Graham Potter after just two wins in 13 matches.

Joao Felix fired Chelsea ahead at the London Stadium today with a 16th minute strike.

But former Stamford Bridge star Emerson Palmieri equalised 12 minutes later with his first league strike since 2016.

Despite putting together some good attacking moves, Chelsea could not find another legitimate goal after having two strikes ruled out for offside.

And the result left Chelsea cemented in ninth, casting further doubt on their European hopes for next season.

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