​Chelsea star Willian has revealed what he said to unnerve ​Hull City midfielder David Meyler just before the Irishman took his penalty - which he missed - during the Blues 4-0 win over the Tigers Friday night.


Willian opened the scoring with just two minutes played, and by half-time the Blues had the game sewn up as they led 4-0. 


During the second period Hull were rewarded a penalty, which Meyler missed, and Willian has revealed what he said to the Irishman before he took the penalty, as quoted by the ​Metro.

"I told him 'no pressure, no pressure!"


"I told him 'you’re going to lose' and 'you’re gonna make a mistake,' and he said 'shut up, shut up!'"


It wasn't just Willian however who had a hand in helping goalkeeper Willy Caballero keeping out the penalty, as ​Olivier Giroud pointed out correctly to the ex-​Manchester City man which side to dive to as Meyler began his run up to take the spot-kick.

Up next for Chelsea is their Champions League round of 16 first leg against ​Barcelona at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, and after a stunning display on Friday night the Blues will head into the game full of confidence that they can beat the best that La Liga has to offer.

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