Why Chelsea's humiliating 4-1 defeat to Brentford could be omen they are going to win Champions League

Why Chelsea's humiliating 4-1 defeat to Brentford could be omen they are going to win Champions League

April 3, 2022

FEAR NOT Chelsea fans – the hammering dished out by Brentford could be the omen to becoming European champions again!

The Blues were humiliated on home turf yesterday as they were stung by the Bees at Stamford Bridge.


Brentford produced a magnificent display to record their first win over the Blues since 1939 despite falling behind to Antonio Rudiger’s 30-yard strike.

But their West London neighbours replied instantly as Vitaly Janelt levelled two minutes later.

Then Christian Eriksen fired them ahead before Janelt beat Chelsea keeper Edouard Mendy again.

Then substitute Yoane Wissa completed the stunning victory in the dying seconds.

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Shell-shocked supporters left Chelsea’s home in shock after the thrashing.

However, as they prepare to face Real Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday, the omens are looking good.

It might be pulling at straws, but the last time they conceded four or more after the international break they went on to win the CHampions League.

It was a year ago today that the Blues took on the soon-to-be relegated West Brom on home turf and suffered a huge loss.

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Thiago Silva was sent off as the Baggies romped to a 5-2 win at Chelsea to hand Thomas Tuchel his first defeat since taking charge.

The German coach would recover from that setback to ultimately lead the Blues to Champions League glory over Manchester City last summer.

And now the Shed End will be hoping that this latest setback will result in a similar result.

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