James Maddison savagely trolls Jeremy Clarkson with brutal comeback after Chelsea performance

James Maddison was on top form on and off the pitch on Sunday after his man of the match display at Chelsea.

The Leicester City man was the star of the show for the Foxes during the 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge and continued to display his prowess on Twitter by shutting down Jeremy Clarkson with a brutal comeback.

The Grand Tour presenter decided to start a war of words with the England Under-21 international on the social media site by criticising his grooming habits.

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James Maddison got one over Jeremy Clarkson on Twitter
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He wrote: “James Maddison. Too long at the barber’s. Not enough time practicing [sic] football.”

And the 22-year-old hit back at the Chelsea fan with a stinging response which ensured his response went viral.

He wrote: “Stick to cars mate.

“Can count on one hand how many trims you’ve got left. #Thin.”

Maddison had a chance to claim all three points in west London when the ball ricocheted to his feet inside the box, but he blazed his effort wildly over the bar.

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While the midfielder did create the equaliser for Wilfred Ndidi, leaving Stamford Bridge with just one point after such a good display clearly irked the midfielder.

He told Sky Sports: “You see the lads on their knees there because ultimately, we’re coming away disappointed.

“We had chances, myself included, and if you come to Stamford Bridge and you play like that, you have to score the chances you create.

“I’m sure we’ll watch that game back and be disappointed we don’t come away with three (points).”

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