Learning a foreign language can be really tough, but, judging by his perfect assessment of Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to Leicester City, Spanish attacking midfielder Pedro has nailed it!
Chelsea, two days after sacking manager Jose Mourinho, beat Sunderland 3-1 at the weekend.
Despite their improvement on the pitch, Blues fans voiced their displeasure towards the players, with many supporters blaming them for forcing Mourinho out.
Choruses of “Where were you when we were s**t?” belted around an angry Stamford Bridge.
Speaking after the Sunderland match, Pedro used similar vocabulary to describe Mourinho’s final game in charge.
“That game was horrible for us,” Pedro, who scored against Sunderland, was quoted as saying by the Daily Star. “Leicester played well. For us it was a very s**t game.”
Chelsea’s win over Sunderland saw them move up one place to 15th in the Premier League table, but the Blues will still be 20 points off the top at Christmas.