Chelsea winger, Mykhailo Mudryk appeared to like an Instagram post criticising teammate Marc Cucurella following the Blues’ Premier League 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Saturday.
Chelsea drew with West Ham at the London Stadium following goals from Joao Felix and Emerson Palmieri.
Mudryk struggled to pick through the West Ham defence and, at one point, appeared to show his frustration with Cucurella in the second half.
Just inside the Hammers’ half, Cucurella received the ball with Mudryk making a run down the left, darting in behind his marker into space.
Instead of finding Mudryk, Cucurella opted to turn inside and played a simple pass to midfielder Enzo Fernandez with the Ukraine star not impressed with the decision.
The incident and others similar were picked up by Chelsea fans, with one meme depicting the Spaniard blanking Mudryk in favour of his other Chelsea teammates.
However, the post was liked by Mudryk’s Instagram account.
Meanwhile, Cucurella, who has also been dealing with a personal issue in the past few days, was involved in a similar social media incident this week involving Chelsea’s co-owner Todd Boehly.
Boehly’s Twitter account liked a tweet from Football London with an article carrying quotes from Chelsea legend Frank Leboeuf, stating, “We don’t want to see Cucurella anymore.