'Awfully wrong': Some Chelsea fans totally disagree with what Alexander-Arnold tweeted last night
Chelsea supporters on social media opposed Trent Alexander-Arnold’s latest social media post with some force.
Liverpool’s impressive right-back was in Carabao Cup semi-final action last night away to Arsenal.
The victor would be meeting Thomas Tuchel’s team at Wembley next month.
As it transpired, Jurgen Klopp will be locking horns with his fellow countryman at the national stadium in just over four weeks.
Diogo Jota’s double and Thomas Partey’s red card sunk the Gunners and sent Liverpool on their way to the final.
Not long after the contest concluded, Alexander-Arnold decided to stick the knife in a little further by teasing Arsenal about their capital city rights.
He tweeted ‘London is Red. See you at Wembley,’ despite Klopp’s side having played in their yellow strip.
As well as an angry mob of Arsenal fans, Chelsea followers also took offense to the statement, ensuring Alexander-Arnold that London only belongs to one colour.
Here’s what the Blue army had to say on Twitter:
You're mistaken Bro, you only beat the smallest club in London. The real Giants of London awaits you at Wembley stadium.💙💙💙💙— J Y.🇨🇦 (@AdamYak50217140) January 20, 2022
London will always be BLUE!✊💙 pic.twitter.com/ctK9GPtqVn— Nkweta99 (@nkweta99) January 20, 2022
Great player, awfully wrong. Always has and will be blue my friend🔵— Liam Edwards (@TrickzXp) January 21, 2022
London is blue bro and we will prove u wrong at Wembley— Ahmedshukri036 (@Ahmedshukri036) January 20, 2022
Don’t mess with blues, London is blue and forever blue! See you at Wembley— Iki🧢 (@CfcIki) January 20, 2022
This guy trolling Afc or Cfc. Cause we all know London is Blue right?— jossy momah 🐺 (@jossymomah) January 20, 2022
London is Blue… See you at Wembley 🔵😄— mr.abhar (@mr_abhar) January 21, 2022
How can Chelsea make London blue?
Chelsea will have the chance to prove Alexander-Arnold wrong on two occasions between now and the cup showpiece event at the end of February.
They host Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, a third meeting between the arch enemies in 18 days.
Tuchel overcame Antonio Conte twice in the previous clashes, plus defeated his predecessor Nuno Espirito Santo earlier this season.
After Spurs visit Stamford Bridge, the Blues then travel to Crystal Palace, a week before the cup finale showdown with Liverpool.
Although Palace struggle to claim much hold over London, knocking the Eagles off their perch is always a nice feeling.
However, none of this will be achieved if Chelsea’s current Premier League continues.
They have managed just one win from their last seven top-flight matches, following the 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion mid-week.
The perfect way to end this drought? Taking Tottenham to town once again.