Mykhailo Mudryk had no interest in celebrating Nicolas Jackon’s hat-trick after the Chelsea striker decided to score himself, instead of teeing up his teammate for an open goal.
The Blues ran out 4-1 winners at the London Stadium after a chaotic night of Premier League action.
Dejan Kulusevski opened the scoring for Tottenham inside six minutes, before the contest descended into total mayhem.
Cristian Romero got himself sent off after a rash challenge on Enzo Fernadez in the penalty area, with Cole Palmer subsequently slotting home the spot-kick to level the scores.
It got even worse in the second half when Destiny Udogie picked up a second booking after a late tackle on Raheem Sterling.
Tottenham soon reverted to a rather unusual formation to help defend their goal, but Chelsea eventually beat the offside trap and Jackson rolled his first goal in four matches.
That opened the floodgates for the Senegalese striker to grab his first hat-trick in royal blue, but he may have upset Mudryk in the process.
With Jackson charging down on goal, Mudryk was patiently waiting for his teammate to square the ball to him for an easy finish. However, Jackson went on his own, rounding Guglielmo Vicario in goal before hitting the iconic ‘siuuu’ celebration.
Nico Jackson SIUUUU celebration after the worst Hat-Trick in football history is so disrespectful 😂😂😂 I’m not mad at it pic.twitter.com/ThIaWC91GU
— Pub Football (@pubfootyus) November 6, 2023
While the rest of the Chelsea squad ran over to celebrate with Jackson, Mudryk turned away seemingly in frustration, before walking back to the centre-circle.
Fans have since labelled Jackson “shameless” for his celebrations, bearing in mind Chelsea had a two-man advantage.
But the goals will undoubtedly do the 22-year-old the world of good after he came under criticism for his recent performances in front of goal.