Michy Batshuayi deletes post with every Chelsea prediction for Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi was the only player in Frank Lampard’s squad to predict the correct score for last night’s El Clasico.

The Belgian striker cheekily posted a sheet of the team’s scores, which showed he alone said 2-0 to the hosts at the Bernabeu.

Batshuayi later deleted the post on his story, which also indicated that N’Golo Kante had been forgotten by his team-mates.

The printed list of names had the 2017 PFA Player of the Year added on in pencil at the bottom.

Kurt Zouma, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham, who were all absent this weekend through injury, failed to provide their predictions.

Elsewhere, ex-Barcelona star Pedro said his former team would prevail 3-2 winners in Madrid, but he only got Real’s goals total correct.

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Vinicius Jr gave Real the lead on 71 minutes as his effort deflected in off Gerard Pique before Mariano Diaz bagged the second in stoppage time to send the Bernabeu wild.

It is unclear as to why Batshuayi has since deleted the post.

The 26-year-old does have a reputation for his social media antics, and exposing in-house bets at the club may not have been approved of.

Football fans reacted to the post on Twitter and could not help but notice how Kante had been left out to begin with.

Michy Batshuayi was the only Chelsea player to predict Real Madrid’s 2-0 win over Barcelona
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One posted: “It makes me somewhat sad that they forgot about Kante”.

Another jokingly added: “Marcos Alonso has no faith in his former club lmao”.

A third put: “Too bad he can’t predict where the back of the net is”.

Real Madrid’s win at the Bernabeu saw them leapfrog Barcelona into top spot in the La Liga table

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And a fourth suggested: “Could get them in trouble”.

Others focused on the fact only Pedro and Willy Caballero paid up…