‘Bullshit mentality and bullshit ability, he really is the worst signing in football history’: Chelsea fans outraged Kepa Arrizabalaga for his performance against Crystal Palace after failing to stop Wilfried Zaha’s lightning bolt in Selhurst Park
- Chelsea fans have expressed frustration with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga
- The Blues faithfully believed that the keeper could have done more for the goal of Wilfried Zaha
- A fan called him ‘the worst signing in football history’ after joining for £ 72 million
Chelsea fans have expressed frustration with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga after failing to save Wilfried Zaha’s long-range effort from Crystal Palace.
Frank Lampard’s side had taken a quick two-goal lead at Selhurst Park, after goals from Olivier Giroud and Christian Pulisic showed positive signs in the race for the top four in the Premier League.
However, before the break, Wilfried Zaha scored a miracle goal for the hosts and Chelsea fans were not impressed by Kepa’s attempt to stop the shot.
Chelsea fans have expressed frustration with Kepa after failing to save Wilfried Zaha’s shot
The miracle strike by the Crystal Palace wing attacker halved the shortage of hosts in Selhurst Park
The Spaniard has already lost his place to student Willy Caballero this season after a series of poor performances.
However, he has become the first choice again since its closure, but some Chelsea fans are tired of their £ 72 million stop after Zaha’s strike.
A fan tweeted: “Fair game for Kepa, he keeps social distance from the ball as usual”
Another fan Posted: “I really don’t want to be that man, but I have some confidence in someone shooting a ball at Kepa … because I don’t.”
Some Chelsea fans compared the keeper to their former striker Alvaro Morata, as one tweeted: “Having Kepa in goal is like having Morata on top. Nonsense mentality and RUBBISH skill. I don’t see any thing that I appreciate in this keeper. He really is the worst signing in football history. 72 MILLION POUNDS FOR THIS GUY. After, he makes my blood boil like that. ‘
Kepa joined Chelsea of LaLiga club Athletic Bilbao in 2018, as he became the most expensive goalkeeper in history.
He has played more than 90 games for the London club since then, but is now linked to a move to Spain, with Valencia interested in the 25-year-old.