“Won’t go further” Rival fans mock Chelsea for beating Borussia Dortmund

Graham Potter, Chelsea (Photo by Richard Sellers/Getty Images)
Graham Potter, Chelsea (Photo by Richard Sellers/Getty Images) /

Chelsea beat Borussia Dortmund to progress in the Champions League last night. Chelsea were behind in the tie but winning by a scoreline of 2-0 last night saw them push through to the quarter finals of the competition.

Previously, the Chelsea board had issued an ultimatum to Graham Potter – he needed to win his next two games which were Leeds and Dortmund if he were to keep his job. Fast forward and he’s won those two games, meaning he’ll keep his job at Stamford Bridge, at least for the time being.

Regardless of what your opinion on Graham Potter is, Chelsea fans would have wanted to win the match yesterday. Their history in that competition is rich and being the biggest in Europe, it’s a trophy coveted by every team.

While I don’t think the problem at Stamford Bridge is anywhere near fixed, winning two consecutive games, especially one of this calibre, is a sign of better things to come. It shows improvement as before this, it felt like a lifetime since they last won back to back games.

I still think the club should look towards other options because Graham Potter and Todd Boehly clearly don’t align as professionals. However, the ultimatum has already been issued, and the board won’t want to weaken themselves by going against it.

Rival fans troll Chelsea for beating Borussia Dortmund

Last night, rivals fan rejoiced. Either result for them would’ve been a win – if Chelsea lost then, well, Chelsea lost. But if they won, it meant Potter, the very man who has led them to 10th in the Premier League table, would keep his job.

Therefore, as you can imagine, social media was on fire last night. Let’s see what rivals fans had to say about Graham Potter’s win last night…

Rival fans rejoiced as Graham Potter continues his Stamford Bridge disasterclass.

The quarter finals is their limit, according to this fan.

Erm, let’s not get ahead of ourselves…

What did you make of Graham Potter’s men beating Dortmund last night?