Chelsea fans all say the same thing as Blues finally score a goal… on Ted Lasso trailer | The Sun
CHELSEA have finally scored a goal… in the new trailer for Ted Lasso season three.
The popular Apple TV series returns to screens next month, with Ted back to lead fictional side AFC Richmond in the Prem.
Ted Lasso's latest trailer dropped today, although features something that could lead to accusations of being unrealistic – a Chelsea goal.
In the clip, AFC Richmond can be seen conceding at Stamford Bridge – leading to Ted's assistant Coach Beard putting his head in his hands.
When tweeting out the trailer, CBS Sports' Ben Jacobs cheekily wrote: "The new Ted Lasso trailer is out. It has a Chelsea goal in it…"
Fans all replied similarly, with one writing: "Chelsea scored a goal ????"
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A second joked: "Chelsea goal? fiction these days hah?!"
And a third responded: "Not very realistic then."
Another added: "Must be an error."
Chelsea produced another dismal performance on Sunday as they fell 2-0 to Tottenham in North London.
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The result saw Graham Potter's side fall to a dreadful two wins in 16 games.
And fans have been treated to just THREE goals in their team's last ten matches.
Speaking to Sky Sports after his side's defeat to Spurs, Potter said: "I know the responsibility.
"It's not good enough for this club. I take full responsibility for those results. It isn't good enough for Chelsea.
"I know the personality and quality in the team. A tough period of time. Confidence isn't massively high.
"[Pressure] is the same in any job anywhere. If results aren't good enough, which they aren't, you can't rely on support forever. My job is to keep going."
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