Mykhailo Mudryk likes a post on Instagram criticizing Marc Cucurella
After Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Saturday in the Premier League, winger Mykhailo Mudryk seemed to like a post on Instagram. Mudryk’s coworker Marc Cucurella was made fun of in the post.
At the London Stadium, Joao Felix and Emerson Palmieri scored goals to help Chelsea and West Ham tie.
Mudryk had a hard time getting through the West Ham defence, and he seemed to criticise Cucurella at one point in the second half.
Cucurella got the ball just inside the Hammers’ half of the field. Mudryk was moving down the left side of the field, cutting in under his defender into space.
Cucurella decided to go inside and throw a simple ball to Enzo Fernandez, who was standing in the middle of the field. The talented Ukrainian football player was upset and angry about the choice.
In response to this and other similar events, a meme was made that shows the Spaniard passing the ball to his other Chelsea teammates instead of to Mudryk.
But Mudryk’s Instagram liked the photo.
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This week, Cucurella had a similar fight on social media with Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly. Over the last few days, Cucurella has also been dealing with a personal matter.
Boehly liked a tweet from Football London that had a link to a story that quoted Chelsea legend Frank Leboeuf as saying, “We don’t want to see Cucurella anymore.”