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Sunday, April 3, 2022

"He's not a machine" - Thiago Silva's wife responds to critics after Chelsea's shock 4-1 loss to Brentford

  Thiago Silva's wife Isabelle Silva has hit back at those who made unparliamentary comments at the defender after Chelsea's loss...

 

Thiago Silva's wife Isabelle Silva has hit back at those who made unparliamentary comments at the defender after Chelsea's loss against Brentford on Saturday.

 Chelsea suffered a humiliating 1-4 defeat at the hands of Brentford at Stamford Bridge in their first game since the international break. Belle took to Instagram to defend Thiago Silva and responded to those, including the commentators, who criticized her husband.

Thiago Silva arrived only a few days before the EPL match after representing Brazil during the international break. He did not look at his best while playing against Brentford and was subjected to some critical comments.

 Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel also accepted that the international break was exhausting for the players as they failed to come together as a team. Tuchel said that it was difficult for his team to dictate the game and dominate the opponents for 90 minutes with the same intensity.

Silva's wife asked people to respect the 37-year- old defender as he arrived only a day back and was asked to play against a very physical team. In her Instagram story, Isabelle Silva said:

"I' m here in my box at Stamford Bridge. I just listened back to the commentary right now and what the commentator said. 'Thiago is not attacking enough.' Respect him, please. Thiago Silva arrived yesterday as he played for Brazil. Thiago Silva is very tired, and he's 37-years-old. He's played since he was 20-years-old so respect to him. He's not a machine, he's human, so he needs to relax, alright."


Scores of fans showed their support for Silva's wife for defending him. Fans agreed that one individual should not be dragged out and blamed for the poor performance of the whole team.

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