- Chelsea forward Joao Felix was brutally trolled by Tottenham Hotspur fans on Sunday
- His girlfriend, Magui Corceiro, recently made headlines with Spurs signing Pedro Porro
- Felix is currently at the Blues on loan from Atletico Madrid until the end of the season
Joao Felix endured a frustrating afternoon in North London after his Chelsea side were beaten convincingly by Tottenham Hotspur.
Academy graduates, Oliver Skipp and Harry Kane scored a goal apiece in the second half to record the first victory for Spurs against Chelsea at their new stadium.
Signed from Atletico Madrid on loan, Felix offered little upfront as Chelsea's woeful run continued. The Portuguese forward started behind Kai Havertz, with Raheem Sterling and Hakim Ziyech operating on either flank.
The Portuguese player was then subjected to some brutal chants by the home supporters after a recent incident involving his partner, Magui Corceiro and Tottenham's new signing, Pedro Porro.
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What happened between Felix, Porro?
Porro was filmed having a good time with Corceiro in a nightclub, sparking rumours of the two dating. The allegations were vehemently denied, with both of them condemning whoever took the video and uploaded it online.
Sport Bible now reports that Spurs fans sang a chant aimed at Felix during the London derby encounter on February 26, including the line: 'Pedro Porro, he’s (expletive) your bird'.
Felix is on a short-term loan in West London with no option to buy. However, he has expressed his interest in making the transfer permanent at the end of the term.
Ziyech's red card sparks debate
Sports Brief also reported that the major talking point of the London derby was the reveresing of Hakim Ziyech's red card.
The confusion started when Chelsea's Havertz tripped Spurs' Richarlison, with Ziyech bumping into the Brazilian as both sets of players rushed into the scene.
Spurs full-back, Emerson Royal barged into Ziyech, with the Moroccan reacting angrily by shoving the defender with a hand to the face.
Centre referee, Stuart Attwell yellow-carded Havertz and Royal before turning to Ziyech and giving him his marching orders.