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Chelsea fan stabbed to death after a David Luiz argument

Chelsea beat Atletico Madrid

A horrific story has filtered out of Ghana in the past few days after Chelsea beat Atletico Madrid.

The Blues became the first Premier League to win away at Atletico last week in the Champions League.

And if that wasn’t impressive enough, Chelsea registered the win after falling 1-0 down to an Antoine Griezmann penalty.

Alvaro Morata continued his amazing goalscoring form heading home an Eden Hazard cross for the leveller.

Michy Batshuayi sealed the win scoring Chelsea’s second with the final kick of the game.

David Luiz argument leads to killing

According to Ghana Soccernet, a Chelsea fan called Deco was killed during the Atletico Madrid match.

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The incident reportedly happened in Akweteman Zongo, which is a suburb of the capital city Accra.

Chelsea fan Deco

Chelsea fan Deco

So what actually happened? Readers were told the following:

According to an eye witness who spoke to Accra-based Asempa FM an argument ensued over the performance of Chelsea defender David Luiz.

The trio were angered by comments passed the deceased in response to their comments about the performance of the Brazilian defender who endured an underwhelming night in the Spanish capital.

They went home and returned with a jack-knife and clubs to attack and kill him as Deco was pronounced dead on arrival at Korle Bu.

It’s believed that Chelsea fan Deco was trying to argue that David Luiz was a good defender.

The Brazilian gave away a penalty against Atletico for a silly foul in the box.

So far no one has been arrested for the murder.

Also see: Chelsea fans single out one player for hate after Man City.

Barcelona fans will love what Pep Guardiola did after he beat Chelsea.

SEMPRE ELE! @antogriezmann abre o placar em cobrança de pênalti cometido por @davidluiz_4! 🎙: @lf_freitas #CasaDaChampions

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