FOOTBALL fans are convinced that Mykhailo Mudryk wiped SNOT on Kyle Walker during Sunday's Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City.
Mauricio Pochettino's Blues held City to a 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge following a last-gasp equaliser from in-form Cole Palmer.
The 21-year-old levelled the score from the penalty spot following a foul on Armando Broja in the 95th minute.
Tempers flared among both teams when the spot kick was given, with several players clashing before referee Anthony Taylor intervened.
Some fans were quick to notice Mudryk's interaction with Walker.
Just as the Man City defender started walking towards him, Mudryk appeared to touch his nose before apparently wiping his hand across Walker's shirt.
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Some fans are convinced that he wiped snot on the right-back – although the footage is in no way conclusive.
One person tweeted: "Mudryk casually wiping his snot on Walker while the rest are fighting."
Another questioned: "Did Mudryk just wipe his snot on him? 😭."
A third fan wrote: "YO MUDRYK WIPED HIS SNOT ON KYLE WALKER I'M FINISHEDDDDD."
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While a fourth added: "Mudryk wiping his snot on Walker’s shirt has me dying 😂."
The points were shared in West London following the thrilling match.
Erling Haaland broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 25th minute after being fouled in the box by Marc Cucurella.
Thiago Silva then levelled the score before Raheem Sterling fired Chelsea ahead.
Manuel Akanji popped up with an equaliser just before half time and Haaland scored a second after the break to give City the advantage again.
Nicolas Jackson then scored to draw the Blues level at 3-3, but City thought they'd won it in the 86th minute when Rodri put them ahead once more.
Ex-Man City star Palmer converted a penalty in added time to clinch a point for the Blues.
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