Chelsea fans slam Pedro after West Brom clash

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It feels like a very long time ago now when Chelsea fans were ecstatic that they had beaten Premier League rivals Manchester United to the signing of Pedro. 

In fact, Pedro even scored on his debut for the club as Chelsea secured an impressive 3-2 win over West Brom. 

Following the game, the club's new recruit was hailed by Spanish counterpart Cesc Fabregas, who told Sky Sports: "I knew straight away that he would make an impact.


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"It is something that we don't have in our team, this pacey player that goes behind defenders, that goes one against one. He goes behind defences and stretches them, while Willian and Eden (prefer) the ball to their feet."

Since the club's first fixture against West Brom, things have changed for Pedro and Chelsea. 

Pedro struggles 

The former Barcelona man arrived on English soil with quite the reputation - he netted 99 goals in 319 games for the club and secured five La Liga titles - but things just haven't taken off for him after an impressive debut for the Blues. 

In fact, during the club's 2-2 draw against the Baggies on Wednesday, the Stamford Bridge faithful slammed the experienced Spaniard on Twitter. Pedro failed to make an impact and was replaced by youngster Kenedy at half-time. 

Chelsea opted to let their frustrations out on Twitter with a number of fans labelling the midfielder as 'rubbish'.  

Here are the best tweets

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