One Chelsea player is seemingly quite puzzled by a vendetta against him right now.
The Blues lost 2-1 to Manchester United at Old Trafford last night and the performance was nothing less than abysmal.
Mauricio Pochettino and his players have been reacting in some interviews after the game, and Levi Colwill was one of those to speak out.
Colwill took the Chelsea captains armband for the first time ever in what would have been a special moment for him, although that would soon have been tarred by the terrible performance collectively by the whole team.
The winning goal scored by Scott McTominay was not disallowed for a foul on Colwill despite the defender believing he had been impeded as he prepared to clear a cross.
The England international certainly believe the foul should of been given and although it’s probably a tongue in cheek comment, Colwill thinks VAR has something against him.
‘VAR has something against me right now, I don’t know what I’ve done to them,’ he said to the Chelsea website.
‘Against Brighton they tried to give a pen, and then when I got pulled [by McTominay] they didn’t give anything. If I had pulled him like that they would have given a penalty. It is what it is.
‘It was a frustrating night. We had chances that if we’d taken would have made the game quite different, but it’s part of the game and we’ll move on from it come the weekend against Everton.’