Fans were convinced Mudryk had wiped SNOT on Walker’s shirt as tempers boiled over in Chelsea’s draw with Man City

FOOTBALL fans are convinced that Mykhailo Mudryk cleared the SNOT against Kyle Walker during the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City on Sunday.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Blues held City to a 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge after in-form Cole Palmer scored a last-minute equaliser.

Fans believe Mykhailo Mudryk wiped the snot from Kyle Walker


Fans believe Mykhailo Mudryk wiped the snot from Kyle Walker
Mudryk appeared to touch his nose before wiping the same hand down Walker's shirt


Mudryk appeared to touch his nose before wiping the same hand down Walker’s shirt

The 21-year-old equalized with a penalty after a foul on Armando Broja in the 95th minute.

When the penalty was taken, tensions flared between both teams. Several players clashed before referee Anthony Taylor intervened.

However, some fans were quick to notice Mudryk’s bizarre interaction with Walker.

Just as the Man City defender walked towards him, Mudryk appeared to touch his nose before wiping his hand down Walker’s shirt.

And now some fans are convinced he has wiped the snot off at right-back.

One person tweeted: “Mudryk casually wiping the snot on Walker while the others fight.”

Another asked: “Did Mudryk just wipe his snot on him?” 😭.”

A third fan wrote: “YO MUDRYK brushed his crap on Kyle Walker I’m done.”


While a fourth added: “Mudryk wiping his snot on Walker’s shirt makes me want to die 😂.”

After the exciting game, the points were shared in West London.

Erling Haaland put the ball ahead with a penalty in the 25th minute after being fouled by Marc Cucurella in the penalty area.

Thiago Silva then equalized before Raheem Sterling gave Chelsea the lead.

Manuel Akanji equalized just before half-time and Haaland scored a second after the break to put City ahead again.

Nicolas Jackson then scored the Blues’ equalizer to make it 3-3, but City thought they had won when Rodri gave them the lead again in the 86th minute.

Former Man City star Palmer scored a penalty in stoppage time to secure a point for the Blues.

Olly Dawes

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