Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been accused of parking the bus in matches and his side are seemingly better at doing it on the pitch than in the car park.
Ahead of the Blues’ meeting with Paris St-Germain at Parc des Princes on Tuesday night, images emerged of their team coach lodged in a gangway on its entrance to the stadium.
Mourinho, who has also criticised other teams for parking the bus, will hope his defenders can move more nimbly than their method of transport when they face the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edison Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi
The timing of Chelsea’s somewhat chaotic entry to PSG’s home comes three days after the French champions dished out a tongue-in-cheek tweet when they were 2-0 up against Caen on Saturday.
PSG were “forced to park the bus” according to their account. Much like the Chelsea bus driver’s effort they were found wanting as Caen scored twice in the closing minutes to level.