- Apostle Suleman is a staunch supporter of Arsenal football club of England
- The popular Nigerian cleric has taken to social media to troll Chelsea fans following their loss to Liverpool
- Arsenal earlier defeated the Premier League champions 2-1, but Chelsea failed to replicate that
Apostle Suleman has taken a swipe on Chelsea football club of England following the club’s loss to Premier League champions Liverpool as Blues continue to fight for a UEFA Champions League spot.
Liverpool and Chelsea produced world class football at Anfield on Wednesday night, July 22, with the Reds winning 5-3 in what was a tough Premier League encounter.
Chelsea went into this game with the hope of avoiding a defeat so as to improve their quest of qualifying for the Champions League at the end of the season.
However it was goals galore for the Reds who were 3-1 up at half-time, but Chelsea fought back in an attempt to grab a point before Roberto Firmino made it 4-1.
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Tammy Abraham and Pulisic responded to put the score at 4-3 midway into the second half, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain broke Blues' hearts by netting the winning goal for Liverpool in the 84th minute as it ended 5-3 in favour of the champions.
Recall that barely a week earlier, Arsenal defeated Liverpool 2-1 with first half goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Reiss Nelson canceling Sadio Mane’s 20th minute strike.
Arsenal supporter Apostle Suleman took to social media to troll Chelsea fans, saying Blues couldn’t replicate what his club did.
“We beat Liverpool, they beat some people, good night,” he wrote on Twitter. In a swift, some of his followers who claimed to be Chelsea fans were critical of his statement.
“Nah..I cant "hate" Chelsea..my wife is strong Chelsea fan..its all football banter...in the spirit of sportsmanship,” he added.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Apostle Suleman has been a staunch supporter of Arsenal football club and he has publicly expressed his undying love for the Gunners who remain tenth on the Premier League standings.
The Gunners have been far from impressive this season and on Tuesday night, July 21, their problems were compounded when Aston Villa dashed their UEFA Europa League qualification hopes with a 1-0 win over them.
“These guys just give somebody headache...well, it’s my typical Arsenal. Days after elevation to such great heights, we need proper investment for next season. The season ain't over though,” he tweeted.
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