Many Leicester City fans have continued to rib Chelsea fans over Ben Chilwell.
Last week we reported to you that some Foxes fans were poking fun at the London club’s fans after Ben Chilwell’s fine performance against Montenegro.
Well, just a few days later and another impressive Chilwell performance, the jokes haven’t stopped; in fact, they’ve got more frequent.
England travelled to Kosovo yesterday evening as they defeated the Eastern European side 4-0 to ensure that they go through to Euro 2020 as winners of their qualification group.
The 23-year-old played another 90 minutes for his country but was unable to replicate the three assists he got against Montenegro, but still put in a top performance, contributing to England’s clean sheet.
England capped off a fine qualification campaign, which saw seven wins and one loss. Overall they scored a mammoth 37 goals – with no other team yet to score any more goals than that in the entire of the Euro qualifiers, despite England only having five teams in their group.
Leicester fans continued to mock Chelsea fans by saying ‘come to Leicester’ in response to Chilwell’s post-match tweet. This tongue-in-cheek joke is mocking all of the Chelsea fans who are constantly demanding he joins the club given the links between him and Stamford Bridge – and it must be a joke that the East Midlanders are enjoying as a big portion of the replies said exactly that.
Here are some of the responses below…
The shirt looks good on you, come to Leicester Chilly pic.twitter.com/ZbDth1c7zE
— Sam G (@SamLCFC98) November 17, 2019
Pls bro come Leister we need you
— Aaron (@AaronzLCFC) November 18, 2019
Yes the next time #lcfc with thrash you with chilwell still being a Leicester player
— Martin Smith (@MartinLeicester) November 17, 2019
Come to ze Leicester ze bezt team in ze England divizion
— Georgie1Foot (@yogs75) November 17, 2019
Come to Leicester chilly 🥶
— Ollie (@OPlcfc) November 17, 2019
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Brill display mate. Grass ain't greener.
— Leigh White (@chalkieuk) November 17, 2019