Before the match against Chelsea on Sunday, Carlos Tevez was more than happy to wind up our opponents, letting them know they’d get to see the real Champions playing at Stamford Bridge.

It seems he’s not content to leave it there though, rubbing in their failure of last season, claiming they’re not over the pain of losing out to us, and insisting they were lucky to pick up a point against us.

Bring it on Tevez.

“I thought Chelsea were nervous on Sunday,” said Tevez. “If we look at what happened in the game I think that our seven yellow cards were too many because all the hard play was coming from Chelsea. I don’t think they have accepted and fully come to terms with their double failure last season. They had two battles and lost them both and that’s hard. I think we were better team on Sunday and Chelsea were a bit lucky to get a draw.”

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