Mudryk Fails to Score Easy Goal Against Real Madrid


Frank Lampard’s second stint as Chelsea manager suffered another setback on Tuesday evening, with the Blues failing to score against Real Madrid.

Chelsea lost 4-0 on aggregate as they bowed out of Europe, putting an end to their hopes of winning a trophy this season.

It seems unlikely that the London club will qualify for the Champions League next year, which will undoubtedly disappoint the players.

One player in particular, Mykhailo Mudryk, could have joined Arsenal in January but now struggles to make an impact at Chelsea.

So what happened to Mudryk against Real Madrid?
The Ukrainian player became the subject of ridicule during and after the game.

Mudryk came on as a substitution in the 68th minute and had a moment that will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.

He had a fantastic chance to score, as he picked up a ball with confidence, dribbled past two Real players and created a shooting opportunity.

However, his shot missed the target and went into the second tier behind the goal.

Mudryk then had a second opportunity to score, but he failed miserably. He missed an absolute sitter from a few yards out, but luckily, he was offside.

Mudryk raced onto a ball behind the Madrid defence but hit the ball wide of the goal when he was one-on-one against Thibaut Courtois.

The winger received a lot of criticism on social media for his misses.

This is yet another disappointment for Chelsea and Frank Lampard’s squad, who are struggling to find their form this season.


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