Chris Sutton, a former Chelsea striker, has criticized Mykhailo Mudryk for his celebration of the winger’s score in the Premier League game against Arsenal last weekend.
According to Sutton, the Ukrainian should have walked back to the halfway line in “embarrassment” instead of celebrating his goal against Arsenal.
Chelsea and Arsenal drew 2-2 at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League thanks in part to a goal by Chelsea’s Mudryk, who lofted the ball over Arsenal’s David Raya.
Mudryk appeared to be making a cross into the box, but instead he celebrated in front of his former fans by raising both arms.
But Sutton thinks it was inappropriate for Mudryk to celebrate the goal because he ‘didn’t mean it.
“I don’t think you should be allowed to celebrate a goal if you don’t mean it,” Sutton was quoted as saying by Metro UK.
I’m sure he was ecstatic, but his joyous revelry was genuine. So, it was the case!
Dissimilar to the big-armed stance! If you were planning on crossing it, you should turn around in shame.