Ukrainian winger Mykhailo Mudryk shows wit and humour against Arsenal taunt
During the international break, Chelsea player Mykhailo Mudryk shown both his quick wit and grit when confronted with a cheeky Arsenal fan’s comment. While the Ukrainian winger politely posed for selfies with fans outside Ukraine’s team bus, an Arsenal fan couldn’t help but chant “London is Red,” in reference to the strong rivalry between the two London clubs.
Unfazed by the humorous banter, Mudryk responded in Ukrainian, shocking the mischievous fan. He replied, “Why are you asking for a photo then?” with a light-hearted smile, sparking laughter from his teammates and showing his wit in the face of the Arsenal insult.
Mykhailo Mudryk responded to an Arsenal fan that claimed ‘London is red’ whilst posing for selfies on international duty 👀🔴
He’s clearly Chelsea through and through 🔵💪 pic.twitter.com/Xcpk2lc8RB
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) October 12, 2023
Mudryk, who joined Chelsea from Shakhtar Donetsk earlier this year for £88.5 million, seems to have settled in well at Stamford Bridge, overcoming a slow start with a goal in 11 games.
The incident showcased Mudryk’s mental toughness and ability to deal with the heated rivalry between Chelsea and Arsenal, showing that he possesses not just the skills on the field but also the personality to succeed in the Premier League’s toughest competition.
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