Isabella Silva, the wife of Chelsea player Thiago Silver has thrown her weight behind her husband over the row involving Chelsea players and Daniel Amerty of Leicester City in the week 37 match of the English Premiere League EPL on Tuesday night.
The Leicester City player had caused anger to the fans and players of Chelsea last week Saturday when they won the FA Cup as he posed with the club's pennant before throwing it away.
And during the defeat of Leicester City on Tuesday night, in the EPL, the substitute became embroiled in a touchline quarrel.
Taking to her verified Twitter handle, Isabella then tweeted in support of her husband.
She was in attendance for the match at the Stamford Bridge when the spat started as she then posted a picture of the spat and wrote, 'That's right, show who's boss'.
This is not the first time that the former PSG player's wife would be showing support for her husband or Chelsea, as Liverpool, Tottenham have all come under her attack.
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