Chelsea has emerged victorious in the first leg of the champions league quarter finals match against FC Porto.
The match which ended 0-2 received different praises from the club's fans on social media as they express their opinions towards the outcome of the game.
There are different highlights from the match which includes the only two goals scored by Chelsea's Mason Mount after an assist from Jorginho, and the final last minutes goal which was scored by Ben Chilwell. FC Porto were awarded two yellow cards by Chancel Mbemba and Marko Grujic during the second half as they struggled to make ends meet.
See photos of some top moments during the Porto vs Chelsea match below.
Many Chelsea fans on social media have made some comments about Frank Lampard, who was the former manager of the club from 2019 until his departure in 2021. See some reactions below.
While some have commended Lampard for assembling the team, a few others are of different opinions about the former manager.
What do you think about the comments of these football fans? Let us know through the comments below.
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