- Chelsea suffered defeat against Fulham in a Premier League game on January 12
- Barcelona Femeni star Asisat Oshoala was happy and excitedly trolled the Blues
- The former Arsenal Ladies player stated Chelsea fans don't deserve to be happy
Nigerian striker, Asisat Oshoala has trolled Chelsea players and fans after their defeat against Fulham in the Premier League, claiming that the Blues' supporters do not deserve happiness.
Many fans of the English side are going through a troubled time across the world, considering the fact that the club have not been performing well in any competitions this season.
There have even been concerns by some of the Blues faithful that the club may end up relegated before long, if something is not done to turn the fortunes around.
As many are of the view that coach, Graham Potter is unable to make a difference at Stamford Bridge.
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How it ended at Fulham
Willian scored the opener for Fulham in the 25th minute, before Kalidou Koulibaly restored parity for Chelsea in the 47th minute.
Carlos Vinicius then netted the winner for the hosts in the 73rd minute, condemning the London side to another shameful loss.
After the game, Oshoala expressed happiness on Twitter at seeing Chelsea losing the game, and took a merciless jibe at the club's supporters.
What did Oshoala say?
''Normally Chelsea fans no deserve happiness and they know it, no peace for the wicked.''
Meanwhile, Chelsea are currently occupying the 10th position on the Premier League table, with 25 points after 18 games.
Their troubles continued after Joao Felix - who signed from Atletico Madrid this week on loan - was shown a red card in the Fulham game.
Joao Felix's impact for Chelsea
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Joao Felix was among Chelsea's best players on Thursday, January 12, despite getting sent off in the 58th minute.
Barely 24 hours after he was confirmed as a Blues player on loan for the remainder of the season, Felix was integrated into the squad by struggling manager, Graham Potter.
Statistics have now showed that despite being red carded and already receiving a match ban, Felix performed better than many of his new Stamford Bridge teammates.