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Mykhailo Mudryk Hilariously Tells Camera Man to Get Better Angle of Him After Newcastle Game
- Mykhailo Mudryk was involved in a hilarious moment at full-time on Sunday, May 28
- The Ukranian appeared to tell the cameraman to film him from a better angle at full time
- Chelsea drew 1-1 against Newcastle to end the season in 12th place
Chelsea ace, Mykhailo Mudryk certainly knows his angles as far as the camera is concerned, and this was evident on Sunday, May 28.
The winger briefly put the disappointing campaign with the Blues aside as he appeared to urge a cameraman to film him from a more flattering angle at full-time.
Since making a sensational £88 million move from Shaktar Donetsk in January, Mudryk has struggled as a Blue, and was an unused substitute against Newcastle in a game that was a formality for both teams.
However, he retains the support of the Chelsea fans, who expect him to thrive under a new manager.
Despite not featuring on Sunday, Mudryk did not pass up the chance to look good for the camera at full-time.
An interesting clip has emerged online showing Mudryk taking in applause from fans at full-time, when he notices a cameraman walking alongside him.
As reported by The Sun, the 22-year-old then goes to the cameraman and appears to instruct him to switch his angle, and he willingly does so. The entire thing is hilarious to watch.
Despite his undeniable talent, Mudruk appears to gain attention for off-pitch antics, rather than what he does on the pitch.
Last week, he was on the spot after getting called out by bodybuilder Joey Swoll for sharing a video of an elderly man in the gym who had a slight wardrobe malfunction, as reported by Football London.
Mudryk also had to apologise after using a racial slur in one of his Tiktok videos.
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Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Chelsea’s appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as the club’s new manager.
Pochettino will begin his reign on July 1 on a two-year contract, with the option to extend for a further year.
The club said in a statement that Pochettino was always their first choice, and they never considered any other managerial options, despite rumours to the contrary in recent months.