Man City forced to apologise to Chelsea for their trolling DJ

Man City 6 – Chelsea 0

Chelsea suffered one of their worst ever league defeats on Sunday at Man City.

Sergio Aguero scored his second hat-trick in successive weekends for the Sky Blues.

Raheem Sterling chipped in with a brace, while Ilkay Gundogan also got on the scoresheet.

Man City moved above Liverpool into first place after the Chelsea rout.

Man City’s trolling DJ

After the full-time whistle blew at the Etihad Stadium, Man City’s DJ had a joke at Chelsea’s expense.

Chelsea, of course, were the first team to beat Man City in the league this season.

So how did the DJ upset the Blues?

He played the Madness song ‘One Step Beyond’, which is well-known to be Chelsea’s victory music at Stamford Bridge.

Man City apologise to Chelsea

As confirmed in the Times on Monday morning, Man City have since said sorry to the Blues for that music choice:

City last night apologised to Chelsea after a mischievous staff member rubbed salt into the London club’s wounds by playing One Step Beyond, the Madness song usually played at Stamford Bridge, over the public address system after the final whistle.

A City official had to contact the staff member in charge of the post-match music and they cut the song after about 30 seconds and reverted to Blue Moon, City’s usual post-match song. The official apologised to Chelsea.

Also see: Why Chelsea should keep Maurizio Sarri after Man City – Gary Neville.

Maurizio Sarri aims dig at Roman Abramovich/confirms uncertainty over Chelsea future.

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