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The best Michael Owen commentary jokes from Chelsea 1-2 PSG

Former England striker once again hammered by irritated viewers.

Michael Owen commentary was once again the butt of jokes during Chelsea 1-2 PSG in the Champions League
CAPTAIN OBVIOUS: Owen (Image: Gordon Flood)

These were the best Michael Owen commentary jokes from Chelsea’s 1-2 Champions League last 16 2nd leg defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.

The former England striker’s punditry on BT Sport has been the butt of many a joke for its monotonous tone and propensity for stating the bleedin’ obvious.

And these qualities once again came to the fore in last night’s game: witness the following Michael Owen commentary jokes:

"Let's rejoin our commentators Michael Owen, and Ian Darke."

Do we have to?

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 9, 2016

Michael Owen at 0-1:
"Chelsea have looked poor so far"

CHELSEA SCORE

Michael Owen at 1-1:
"I said Chelsea looked dangerous"

— In-Play Man (@InplayMan) March 9, 2016

Michael Owen's technical analysis of each foul is extremely illuminating. 'He's just caught him there'.

— John Foot (@footymac) March 9, 2016

Captain obvious Michael Owen says the next goal is vital. Just in case any of you weren't sure.

— Hayley B (@Hayles_101) March 9, 2016

"If Costa wasn't in an offside position he would have been in"
– Michael Owen, March 9th – 2016

— Billy Daly (@BillyDaly1) March 9, 2016

"I said that Chelsea aren't out of this and now they're right back in it!" Premium Michael Owen, there.

— Daniel Harris (@DanielHarris) March 9, 2016

Michael Owen with some tactical advice for Guus Hiddink: 'Chelsea might have to score two to send it into extra time…' #btsport

— heardonbtsport (@heardonbtsport) March 9, 2016

"These foreign referees don't like high boots" Michael Owen. pic.twitter.com/I7guj1HoS3

— Boylesports (@BoyleSports) March 9, 2016

"The balls are light so it will be a quick game." – Michael Owen

— TheSPORTbible (@TSBible) March 9, 2016

Michael Owen is a man with no redeeming features. An imitation of life. A personality shaped vacuum. The colour beige in human form. #nufc

— Peter Nuttall (@Peter__Nuttall) March 9, 2016

Michael Owen's tactical analysis of Chelsea 1-2 PSG:https://t.co/t9RwbI4bC9

— Football Burp (@FootballBurp) March 10, 2016