Chelsea star calls Mason Mount a coward following his return to Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea’s Enzo Fernandez was observed mocking Mason Mount following Chelsea’s dramatic last-minute victory over Manchester United.

On Thursday evening, the Blues managed to score twice in added time, overturning the match to secure a 4-3 win against their rivals at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United had been leading until the 99th minute when Mauricio Pochettino’s team scored two late goals, marking the latest turnaround in the history of the league.

Mount, visiting Stamford Bridge for the first time since his move to Manchester United last summer, was met with a cold reception.

There was an apparent animosity towards Mount, a Chelsea academy graduate with 195 first-team appearances, as both players and fans expressed their discontent.

His entrance was met with boos and jeers, and some Chelsea fans labeled Mason Mount a ‘traitor’.

Following the Stamford Bridge match, a confrontation occurred between Enzo Fernandez and Mason Mount.

“This is Chelsea, you ****, coward, coward, coward,” Enzo Fernandez is thought to have said to Mason Mount.

Reports suggest Fernandez used the Spanish word ‘cagon’, which means ‘coward’ or ‘chicken’ after Palmer’s winning goal at the end of a dramatic encounter.

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