CHELSEA fans have mocked Willian for his infamous Instagram swipe at Antonio Conte following Brazil's Copa America victory on Sunday.
One Blues supporter shared a snap of the Samba Boys celebrating their win, with the forward covered up with trophy emojis.
2 Chelsea fans shared a photo of Brazil celebrating their Copa America victory with Willian blocked out by emojis
2 Willian posted a similar picture last year with former Chelsea coach Antonio Conte covered up with trophy emojisCredit: Instagram / @willianborges88
Willian uploaded a picture with Conte blocked out in a similar fashion when Chelsea won the FA Cup back in 2018.
His post confirmed how deep the rift was between the forward and the Italian manager.
The Brazil ace even said he would have left Stamford Bridge if the former Juventus coach had still been in charge last season.
But Willian has now learnt that what goes around, comes around as this time – courtesy of a creative Blues fan – it is his face covered up with emojis.
A picture has emerged on social media with the winger blocked out as Brazil are posing with the Copa America trophy following Sunday's 3-1 win over Peru.
Some Chelsea supporters have been calling for the forward to be sold this summer.
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But Blues chiefs have offered him a new two-year contract amid Eden Hazard's departure and with their Fifa transfer ban pending.
However, both sides are yet to agree terms of a new deal with Chelsea unwilling to meet Willian's financial demands.
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid were ready to splash £35million on the Brazil winger, but the Blues rejected their offers.