Midfielder mocks Arsenal with Chelsea teammates

Mikel and some of his Chelsea teammates were seen in a video partaking in an intricate six-man heading trick around a dinner table

 

John Obi Mikel and his Chelsea teammates have continued to reply Arsenal fans who think there are boring.

The Blues on Sunday, April 26 forced Arsenal to a 0-0 draw at the Emirate and their defensive approach to the game prompted the homes to start the 'boring, boring , Chelsea chant'.

Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho hit back at them at his post-match conference, now Mikel and some of his teammates have also done that.

Didier Drogba posted a video of which shows some of the Chelsea players partaking in an intricate six-man heading trick around the dinner table.

Six players seating opposite each other on either side of a long dinner table were see passing the ball to each other with their heads before Mikel, who is the last player at the table heads the ball into a bin.

Branislav Ivanovic throws the ball on to the head of Loic Remy who heads back to Eden Hazard, who then directs it on to John Terry followed by Drogba and Thibaut Courtois before John Obi Mikel stoops to knock the ball into a bin with a diving header.

The six players celebrated after Mikel's diving header afterwards.

Drogba posted the video on his Instagram page, writing, "boring, boring Chelsea," alongside it.

Watch the video below:

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