Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has risked angering supporters after being snapped wearing a Paris Saint-Germain shirt following the Blues' 3-1 Champions League defeat at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday.
The Belgium international, who has been strongly linked with a big-money move to PSG in recent weeks, conducted a post-match interview with Canal+ wearing the shirt of one of the opposition players after the full-time whistle.
While it's normal for players to swap shirts at the end of a match, the fact Hazard has been so strongly linked with a move to the French champions means Chelsea fans might find it a little unsettling - and even a little distasteful - to see the Belgian pulling on the shirt of the team who want to sign him.
Hazard netted a precious away goal for Chelsea, who have a mountain to climb in next week's second leg at Stamford Bridge after conceding three goals in the French capital. Mourinho's side were outclassed on Wednesday night, while the Blues' boss was left infuriated by his side's abject defending for PSG's third goal, scored by Javier Pastore.
Mourinho also slammed his forwards, despite starting with makeshift striker Andre Schurrle upfront, and hinted that, in his opinion, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba were not even 'real strikers'.
It's unclear whether Mourinho has been made aware that Hazard conducted a television interview wearing a PSG shirt - but, given the foul mood he was in after the game, he will not have been impressed.
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