The German defender was part of the side that conceded six at the Etihad yesterday and supporters vented their anger
Rudiger staying to apologise to Chelsea fans.
At least he cares pic.twitter.com/lmLyEprK1c
— Lewis (@CarefreeLewisG) February 10, 2019
What happened with Rudiger at the end he went over to the Chelsea fans all calm then came out all angry was there abuse it looked like it from where I was As he spent a long while in the away end
— Shaun (@ftbl_Shaun) February 10, 2019
Rudiger is proper Chelsea the other 3 in that back 4 yesterday ain’t fit to wear the shirt anymore azpilaqueta treading water all season! https://t.co/dsTh3hXjE6
— Tj (@1tjhyde) February 11, 2019
Whatever you feel about the result, takes balls to face the people who really matter, we'll try to forget the result but we dont forget the players who cared when it was hardest to do so!
— Tony The Curmudgeon (@tonyscornucopia) February 10, 2019
If you were really sorry you'd have taken the whole team to the away supporters and apologised properly just like rudiger did. That's what a captain is meant to do. Pathetic https://t.co/0z9M2QWkBx
— Dlord✌!!!!! (@dlordthadon) February 11, 2019
Class this fella….I would make him captain!
— Mike Smith (@mikesmithM7) February 10, 2019
No good apologising, its not going too change the fact that him and luiz shouldnt be anywhere near a premier league team
— craig mains (@cnm1985) February 10, 2019
That was both classy and brave.
— Steven J. Antunes (@StevenJAntunes) February 10, 2019