Ifeoluwa Florence Otedola, popularly known as Dj Cuppy, is among those feeling the vibe of the Manchester United's loss to Chelsea as she has taken to her Twitter account to display how she used to be 'Jollof on the net' has now become: Jollof on the floor'.
Of a truth, Chelsea's men had stunned all the Manchester United fans, supporters, and even the team when they hammered the Reds 3-1 at the Wembley Stadium on Sunday night.
Both sides have started in what looked like a very tight game, but with the Blues leading in most of the possessions. Just a few minutes before the end of the first half, Chelsea led by 1-0, thanks to Oliver Giroud who had received a delightful pass and slotted it into the Manchester United's net, past David DeGea.
Not too long after the beginning of the second half, Chelsea added a goal to make it 2-0 at 46' minute, through an effort fired shot by Mason Mount, and afterward, Manchester United conceded an own goal, when their own boy Maguire Hary converted a deflected shot into their own net, making it 3-0 at 74' minute.
At 85' minute, the United were gifted a penalty, when Chelsea's substitute Hudson-Odoi fouled one of their players. Fernadez Bruno did not waste a chance in converting the penalty to make it 3-1.
The match ended 3-1 and Chelsea has now booked a place in the final, at Wembley, against Arsenal, who had also beaten Manchester City 2-0.
But following the Dj Cuppy's response to how she badly felt at the United's lost, and how the supposed Jollof which should be on the jet is now seen on the floor; many supposedly Chelsea fans and Manchester United fans have reacted to the post of Dj Cuppy, giving their different responses.
Congratulations to all Chelsea fans, whose team have been able to set themselves lost, from the Manchester United grip, and have beaten them 3-1
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