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These Two People Are The Reason Why Chelsea Was Humiliated- Chelsea Fans Speak Out

After a lot that has been done in the international break, players return to their respective clubs to continue with their league matches and other competitions relating to their clubs.

The premier league returned to action today, and as we all know that the race for the top four is becoming hotter and hotter than before as we have different teams contending to book their spot in next season's champions league.

Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester City, and West Ham are all in this together, so today Chelsea played against West Brom who are currently sitting in the 19th position on the league table.

The match was slated to be an easy win for the blues considering the club's respective position and form, but everything goes wrong for the London club.

The encounter brings Seven goals in total and Chelsea was only able to score two of the goals while the away team scored the rest.

West Brom stands out in the encounter and was able to defeat Chelsea which is also Chelsea's first defeat under Thomas Tuchel.

In the first half, the scoreline was locked to 2-1 but coming into the second half West Brom added three more goals and the blues one. Also in the encounter, Thiago Silva was sent off.

Well, as Chelsea suffered their first defeat since Tuchel took over many fans can't hold it to themselves anymore, some are criticizing and blaming some players.

While some are pointing an accusing finger at the person they think is at fault in the encounter.

The reactions from fans keep coming in and one of them was the one where a guy said: "I blame Thomas Tuchel and Thiago Silva for today's match, he should have started these players".

The fans show his displeasure with the kind of lineup the head coach used.

read the reactions below

Source: Chelsea FB page

Who do you think is responsible for the blues lost today?

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