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In his final column of the season, Chelsea legend and columnist Pat Nevin revealed how one Arsenal fan embarrassed himself after Chelsea’s loss to Arsenal in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

The Chelsea legend revealed how Chelsea fans were leaving the stadium a bit disappointed when an Arsenal fan came to make a mockery of himself.

“There was however still one fairly light moment at the end of the game which everyone around me enjoyed,” Pat Nevin wrote in his column on the official Chelsea website.

“As we trudged down Wembley Way after the final whistle, Gooners to the right, Blues on the left with only a line of bollards separating us, one Arsenal fan ran over to our side and started screaming some offensive anti-Chelsea abuse to one of the two guys walking in front of me.”

He continued: “It was so out of sync with the feeling around the place that we all just looked at him with disdain while the other Arsenal fans were shaking their heads with embarrassment too. Still he wouldn’t stop and eventually the guy in front of me who was getting the full force of the verbal volley stopped, turned round and slowly unzipped his jacket to reveal that he was wearing a nice bright red Arsenal top. The abuser tried and pretty much failed to melt back into the crowd as everyone, blue and red, laughed at his stupidity!”

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