Didier Drogba hilariously trolled by undercover Arsenal fan wearing Chelsea shirt in search of the Blues legend’s autograph

    Chelsea Legend Didier Drogba was hilariously trolled by a young fan who gave the former striker a rare moment of embarrassment.

    Few defenders got the better of the Ivorian during his playing days but footage has emerged of one child managing to get one over on him.

    12. Didier Drogba took 220 games to score 100 Premier League goals

    Drogba is widely regarded as a Chelsea legend after his two spells at the club

    The 44-year-old was signing a Chelsea shirt worn by the child but upon completing his duties, Drogba watched on as the child took off the newly-inked Blues shirt, to reveal an Arsenal jersey underneath.

    Drogba’s reaction was one of admission that he had been well and truly trolled as the child could not contain his laughter.

    Drogba jokingly replied: “Oh my god, Oh my god, how can you do that?”

    The child was more than happy to reveal his true colours but the reaction of Drogba upon seeing the famous red shirt, added to brilliance of the cheeky episode.

    Drogba scored 164 goals in 381 appearances for Chelsea spanning over two spells.

    Jose Mourinho paid Marseille £24million for the striker in 2004 after impressing during his only season at the Stade Velodrome.

    Drogba began signing the fan’s chelsea shirt

    Drogba began signing the fan’s chelsea shirt

    But the fan had a secret to tell the former Chelsea ace

    But the fan had a secret to tell the former Chelsea ace

    The fan pulled off his Chelsea shirt to reveal he is in fact an Arsenal fan

    The fan pulled off his Chelsea shirt to reveal he is in fact an Arsenal fan

    Drogba quickly realised he had been trolled by the young fan

    Drogba quickly realised he had been trolled by the young fan

    Drogba went on to win a host of trophies with the Blues, including four Premier League titles, four FA Cup successes and the Champions League where he scored the winning penalty in their shootout victory over Bayern Munich in 2012.

    Spells in China with Shanghai Shenhua and Turkish giant Galatasaray followed before he returned to Stamford Bridge for one final season after the return of Jose Mourinho to the dug out.

    He picked up his final Premier League title that season and ended his Premier League career with 104 goals – the most of any African Player in history.

    Drogba’s total has since been eclipsed by Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah.

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