The Best of Twitter's Reaction to Chelsea 0-0 West Ham

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The Best of Twitter's Reaction to Chelsea 0-0 West Ham
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West Ham left Stamford Bridge with a point after a solid defensive performance held Chelsea to a 0-0 draw. There was plenty of drama despite the scoreline, so let’s look at how the evening unfolded on Twitter.

Bleacher Report’s Garry Hayes posted this Vine before kick-off:

Early on in the game, Oscar nearly scored another contender for goal of the season, but Adrian just managed to tip it onto the bar:

That was a sign of the frustrating evening that was to follow for the Blues. As was this:

There was also a fair amount of this:

Despite Chelsea’s best efforts, there was no way through West Ham’s 10-man wall of defenders.

The ridiculous stats began appearing at half-time:

And the fans made their frustrations known:

There was more of the same in the second half:

The ever-present question about Chelsea’s strikers reared its head:

This happened a few times:

Before Frank Lampard came on for John Obi Mikel, having received a fair bit of stick during his warm-up:

Chelsea continued to throw everything at the Hammers:

But there was no way through:

Then the inevitable “If Chelsea had Mata…” tweets began:

And the funny, funny jokes:

Chelsea supporters were unimpressed with the result:

There was a good case made for buying a striker in this transfer window:

And one supporter had these words of wisdom:

But Sid Lowe summed it up perfectly:

Jose Mourinho blasted West Ham’s tactics:

A few people suggested that this might be a little rich from Mourinho:

Before Sam Allardyce responded, adding a new word to the football lexicon as he did so:

Chelsea fans were reminded of another damp and miserable London derby:

And given a dose of realism:

Before looking to the next game:

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