- Chelsea vs Arsenal Europa League final clash saw the Blues cruise to victory at the end of the game
- Gunners star Torreira was reduced to tears since the 66th minute when he was substituted for Iwobi
- Eden Hazard's brace and a goal each from Giroud and Pedro ensured Maurizio Sarri wins silverware in his first season at the club
Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira was left in tears following his side's 4-1 defeat to Chelsea in the Europa League final at Baku Olympic Stadium.
A brace from Eden Hazard, one from Pedro and the other from Olivier Giroud sealed the victory for the Blues.
Meanwhile, Alex Iwobi's fantastic volley in the 69th minute of the encounter was unable to save the Gunners from the demolition in Azerbaijan.
SunSport however reports that the Uruguay international Torreira was left devastated after the match, as he started weeping from the moment he was substituted.
Torreira was a second half substitute for Super Eagles attacker Iwobi but the 23-year-old was all emotional seeing his side's ship sink without rescue in spite of their performance in the first half.
He fired a long range shot which narrowly missed the target, but both Premier League sides failed to find the back of the net in the first stanza.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will probably have himself to blame having missed glaring chances in the early minutes of the game.
Meanwhile, some Arsenal fans have reacted to the star's emotional pictures saying: "We are all like Torreira right now @arsenal."
While others felt Torreira's emotions was another under-par display from the Gunners' huge-earning German Mesut Ozil.
One such tweet was: "Torreira only been at the club for a few months and he crying, while people like Özil walking around the pitch. Dreadful."
Meanwhile, some Chelsea fans aimed a dig at the Arsenal midfielder after the match: "being dominated in another big game".
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea thrash Arsenal 4-1 to win their second ever Europa League title at the Baku Olympic Stadium.
Two goals from Eden Hazard and one each from Pedro and Giroud ensured the Blues cruise to glory in Azerbaijan on the night.
Nigerian star Alex Iwobi powered home a thunderous volley after coming on in the 69th minute but his goal was a mere consolation on the night.
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