Callum Hudson-Odoi sends defiant three-word message to Chelsea supporters

Callum Hudson-Odoi has sent a defiant three-word post to Chelsea fans on Twitter in the wake of some difficult results.

Thomas Tuchel’s Blues side have just one point from their last two Premier League matches.

First of all, they were beaten away to Manchester City at the weekend in a game that realistically ended any talk of a title bid. Afterwards, they followed that up with a 1-1 draw away to Brighton on Tuesday night, which is a result that threatens to suck them into the top four race.

Hudson-Odoi uploaded a message to supporters on Twitter:

A run of one win in the last seven league games represents a sticky period, so the fact the team are still sat in third highlights how good they’ve been for spells of the season.

Senior Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has also been vocal on social media after this week’s draw with Brighton:

Sunday is huge for Chelsea

Yes, Chelsea should feel confident going into this weekend’s match at home to Tottenham given they’ve beaten them twice already this month in the two-legged Carabao Cup semi-final.

However, there is a different kind of pressure sitting on this London derby in the league.

The Blues go into the game third in division table nervously looking over their shoulders. Fifth-placed Spurs are eight points behind them, but astonishingly have played four games less.

The league table is going to be very bleak if Tuchel’s side drop points again at the weekend.

They don’t play in the league again until 19 February after Sunday, so really need the three points to finish on a high before turning their attention to various cup competitions.

Hopefully, Tuchel’s decision to give the squad two entire days off this week will boost morale.

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A sports journalist who graduated from Staffordshire University in 2016 and is a Chelsea supporter. Loves anything football or cricket related when it comes to England.