- Kepa Arrizabalaga has received reactions from Chelsea fans after he was spotted talking to Jorginho
- The embattled goalkeeper was dropped to the bench for second choice Willy Caballero against West Brom
- Chelsea fought their way back to earn a 3-3 draw after conceding three goals in the first half
Kepa Arrizibalaba was spotted talking to Jorginho after Chelsea cheaply conceded the first goal against West Bromwich Albion.
And fans have reacted on social media claiming the Spanish goalkeeper was blaming his teammate Willy Caballero for committing the error.
Callum Robson opened the scoring in just four minutes after a defensive error from Marcos Alonso, as the striker shot the ball through Recce James' legs to beat Caballero in goal.
The out of favour Blues keeper Kepa was then caught on camera communicating with Jorginho on the bench and fans have claimed he was blaming the Argentine for not going down quickly enough to make the save.
One fan said:
"I love Kepa analysing the goal in the stands... hilarious #irony".
Another fan suggested Kepa may decide to put himself on as a substitute, after refusing to leave the field during Chelsea's League Cup final defeat by Manchester City in 2019.
Frank Lampard dropped Kepa to the bench after repeatedly making errors in the opening Premier League matches against Brighton and Liverpool.
The English boss also claimed newly-signed goalkeeper Edouard Mendy will not be in contention to start just a few days after joining the club.
Caballero was given the chance to start after keeping a clean sheet in Chelsea's 6-0 thrashing of Barnsley in the EFL Cup
The Blues conceded three first-half goals and the Hawthorns courtesy of sloppy defending but fought their way back into the match to level the scores at 3-3.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tammy Abraham's late minute goal helped Chelsea avoid their second straight Premier League defeat against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.
Two goals from Callum Robinson and one from Kyle Bartley all in the first half saw Slaven Bilic's men win the opening half of their encounter.
But the Blues fought back in the second half with Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham all scoring to help the Stamford Bridge outfit share the spoils at the end of the game.
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