Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger was involved in a heated exchange with a supporter, following Sunday’s 6-0 defeat at Manchester City.

The Blues were humiliated at the Etihad, suffering one of their worst-ever Premier League losses and dropping to sixth in the Premier League table.

According to Goal, tensions spilled over after the final whistle, with Rudiger clashing with a travelling supporter.

The German walked to the away end to give his shirt to a fan, apologising for the result and being applauded by the majority.

One angry fan had to be restrained by security, however, as he hurled abuse at the German centre-back.

It is believed that Rudiger told the supporter:

I’ve come over to say sorry – stand in front of me if you‘ve something to say.

Footage of the incident was shared afterwards, on a bad day for anyone of a Chelsea persuasion.

Maurizio Sarri’s job is now hanging by a thread, with the display of his players not one that suggested they are all performing for their manager.

Next up the is FA Cup fifth round clash with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge next Monday.