Oscar, Neville & more: Twitter reacts as Chelsea draw with Norwich
Oscar and Gary Neville both tweet their thoughts after Chelsea are held to a goalless draw with Norwich City
Chelsea suffered a further blow in their bid to win the Premier League title after being held to a goalless draw by Norwich City.
The Blues failed to beat Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy, whilst the Canaries had three attempts on target, as well as a strong penalty claim after Martin Olsson was caught in the Chelsea area.
It leaves Jose Mourinho’s side two points behind Manchester City and Liverpool with a game to play, and here is the best of the Twittter reaction from the professionals, past and present.
Chelsea forward Oscar @oscar_emboaba takes to Instagram: “#comeonchelsea”
Manchester United legend Gary Neville (@GNe2) wonders if Norwich can cause another upset at Stamford Bridge: “Can Norwich give themselves a chance?”
Former Crystal Palace striker Mark Bright (@Mark__Bright) gives his thoughts on Chelsea: “Slightly disagree with Jamie & Glenn, a good defence can keep you up, not a prolific striker, #cpfc scored 28 conceded 43 (6th best defence)”
Aston Villa striker and Norwich City fan Grant Holt (@Grantholt31) is keeping a close eye on the game: “Well 0-0 half time for Norwich. Never seen pen so can’t comment. Good win for the gunners as well.”
Former Canaries defender Iwan Roberts (@iwanwroberts) is frustrated watching his beloved Norwich: “Oh my god I want to kick the telly!”
Ex-Manchester United star Alan Tonge (@Alan_Tonge) reckons that is Chelsea done in the title race: “Terrible result for Chelsea…..and then there was two.”
Former Norwich star Darren Eadie (@eadie11) gives his thoughts on the result: “Decent point, nice to see 1/2 the players come salute the fans after the game #TellsAStory #ncfc”
England legend Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) wonders if Sunderland and West Brom will settle for a draw mid-week: “Plucky effort from Norwich, but a draw between Sunderland and West Brom sees them both stay up at the expense of the Canaries.”
Finally, more from Bright (@Mark__Bright): “Jose was right all along, he said Chelsea can’t win the Premier League. A draw between #Sunderland & #WBA on Wednesday will send #Ncfc down.”