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Leeds’ Luke Ayling allegedly ‘offers out’ taunting Chelsea fans during match

Leeds’ Luke Ayling allegedly ‘offers out’ taunting Chelsea fans during Wednesday night’s Premier League match which saw the hosts lose again.

Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku secured a 3-0 win for Chelsea while Leeds had Daniel James sent off in the first half, with the result leaving Jesse Marsch’s side 18th in the table.

Ayling was unavailable for this game having been sent off in a 2-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium at the weekend, so he was at Elland Road having to watch the midweek encounter from the stands, but sat next to the away end which didn’t turn out to be a sensible idea as chants was aimed at him and his club as can be seen below.

One Twitter user wrote with the clip: “Great first half, made that c*** Luke Ayling lose his head and offer me out.”

The Blues fan wrote in another post: ‘And when you’re playing Rotherham we’ll sing this song all night.”

After the game, Mason Mount said he loves playing at Elland Road, saying to Sky Sports: “It was a fun one. I do love playing here, it’s obviously a stadium with a lot of history. The fans are brilliant. They don’t like us too much, so it was a good atmosphere! But as soon as we got the goal we kind of quietened the stadium down a bit.

“I was reading the programme before the game and it said, ‘let’s make the stadium as hard to play in as possible’, or something like that, so when you come here you know it’s going to be tough. But we loved it.

“It was a massive game for both teams tonight. We needed the win after a few poor results.”

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel told Sky Sports: “We needed a performance like that and it was the foundation for the result. We deserved to win and that’s the best message because it’s a tough place to play.

“We were excellent right from the start and kept the focus and intensity high when we were one man up and that’s why we deserved to win.

“We talked and we cleared the air after that late equaliser from Wolverhampton. We knew we had brought ourselves into pressure, results-wise, and we knew what was waiting, but we also had a lot of reason to trust ourselves and we were at our very best level in these circumstances.

“The players delivered what we demanded of them so full credit to them.”

Player ratings

Leeds:Meslier (5), Llorente (6), Struijk (6), Cooper (6), Koch (6), Phillips (6), Bate (5), Raphinha (5), Rodrigo (6), Harrison (6), James (3).

Subs: Firpo (6), Klich (6), Gelhardt (6).

Chelsea: Mendy (7), Chalobah (7), Christensen (7), Rudiger (7), James (8), Jorginho (8), Kovacic (6), Alonso (7), Mount (9), Lukaku (8), Pulisic (8).

Subs: Loftus-Cheek (7), Ziyech (7), Azpilicueta (6).

Man of the match: Mason Mount.

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch said: “It was similar to the Arsenal match, where we don’t really even give ourselves a chance to get going, but the guys fought hard, they never stopped, they ran, tried to play and competed for each other.

“Obviously, we’re disappointed, but right now, we can’t feel sorry for ourselves. If we get stuck thinking negative things and worrying about why things happened or what happened, then we won’t prepare ourselves for Sunday, so that has to be our total focus.”

On James’ red card, he added: “I think he was aggressive and thought he could win a ball in the middle there, but wound up being a bit over-zealous.

“Now we lose Dan for the rest of the season, so it obviously hurts but that’s where we are now and we have to stick together and be ready for the next challenge.”

Twitter users reacted as Leeds’ Luke Ayling allegedly ‘offers out’ taunting Chelsea fans during the match…

@HKSaratov: No way 😭😭 Premier League footballer throwing his toys out of the pram because our away support rattled him, I would cringe so hard if one of our players got lost their head so easily

@MaxMurray051: 🎡 Ayling championship πŸŽ΅πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

@Barton9647: Shiny teeth rattled, love it

@subwaychris: Hahaha great that

@Jack_McGarry99: πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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