Gooner fans mock and boo Chelsea after picking a thumping win

By Real11 - Apr 24 2024 65 Views


Arsenal bullwhipped the Blues by 5-0 at home

It is alleged that Arsenal deliberately trolled or mocked Chelsea after successfully slaughtering their rivals with a score of 5-0 in the postponed match of Week 29 of the 2023/2024 EPL at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday(23rd April 2024). During his match, the Gunners completely dominated the game, however, the hosts only had a one-goal lead at halftime through Leandro Trossard's action when the game had only been running for four minutes.

Arsenal just rode roughshod over in the second half, Gunners scored four additional goals courtesy of two goals each from Ben White and Kai Havertz. The Hosts also ended the match with a 5-0 win, thanks to this result, Arsenal is firmly at the top of the standings with 77 points, three points ahead of Liverpool. On the other hand, the Blues are stuck in ninth place with 47 points. After the long whistle sounded, Arsenal played a music playlist to keep the stadium lively. Arsenal DJ, Peter Mujuzi used this opportunity to mock Chelsea. The DJ chose to play Shakira's hit song, Waka Waka. At first glance, the official song for the 2010 World Series does not have the impression of mocking Chelsea. However, it turns out that the tune of this song was used by Arsenal fans to sing praises to Kai Havertz, the former Chelsea player who this time scored two goals against his ex.

"Tsamina mina, eh, eh. Waka-Waka, eh, eh," the most famous lyrics from this song echoed in the stadium, with tens of thousands of Arsenal fans singing along. "£60 million down the drain, Kai Havertz scores again." Those were the additional lyrics sung by Arsenal fans. Meaning, "£60 million sterling in vain, Kai Havertz scores another goal," £60 million was the figure that Arsenal had to pay to take Havertz from Chelsea last summer. Now, this figure feels cheap if you look at Havertz's performance this season.

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