- Liverpool were 4-1 victors last night as they maintained their five-point lead
- Chelsea fell to yet another disappointing defeat and now sit tenth in the table
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Chelsea's players have been slammed for their 'shameful' behaviour letting their mascot walk alone at Anfield.
It was overall another disappointing night for Mauricio Pochettino's men who look a lost team.
And it appears it's not just their performances on the pitch that is annoying fans, it's also their treatment of mascots.
The Chelsea fan was left on his own as the Blues players went to join a team huddle
Fans have criticised the Chelsea players for letting him walk alone and ignoring him
As both teams shook hands, it was time to get ready of the match as the Chelsea players huddled together.
However, the Blues mascot was left on his own while 'You'll Never Walk Alone' was sung out by the crowd.
Responding to the clip, one Chelsea fan wrote: 'This is really sad & shows where we are at as a club… shambles,' while another similarly added: 'Is this club capable of doing anything right?'
A third said: 'Unbelievable!! The poor boy is lost somewhat like the team he supports!!'
Another wrote: 'That’s heartbreaking that. My 2 boys were mascots for a @LFC legends game a few years back. The way the players looked after them honestly I or they will never forget. Shame on them players.'
A fifth commented: 'Poor lad. Absolutely hate seeing stuff like this and so disappointed in our players for not taking notice of him.'
Meanwhile, Liverpool captain Virgil van Dijk showed the Blues how it should really be done as he ran along with mascots and kept them entertained.
Fans were quick to share their reaction to Chelsea's treatment of the young mascot
As transfer deadline day nears to a close, Chelsea's Armando Broja has garnered some attention.
Mail Sport understands that Gary O'Neil and Wolves' recruitment team were big admirers of the Albanian forward.
Broja has scored twice in 19 appearances for the club this season, after having made his return from an ACL injury that had kept him sidelined for almost a year.
It comes as Fulham have been pressing to sign the forward, with Chelsea having softened their £50m valuation of the striker earlier today.
Despite that, Silva's side seem unwilling to meet his £5m loan valuation, with Mail Sport reporting that they are also eyeing up a loan move for PSG forward Hugo Ekitike.
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