A website poking fun at Chelsea flop Fernando Torres has become an Internet sensation – despite only featuring a single word.
More than 850,000 people have logged onto the site called ‘Has Torres Scored for Chelsea?‘.
The one-page website is simply a white background with the word ‘NO’ written in large black letters.
A staggering 250,000 fans logged onto the site after Chelsea’s Champions League defeat to Man United last week.
Torres, 27, signed for Chelsea from Liverpool for £50million in January but has failed to score in nine games.
To add insult to injury, a similar site was been set up for Torres’ replacement at Liverpool – £35 million Andy Carroll.
Entitled ‘Has Carroll Scored for Liverpool?‘, it simply features a white screen with the word ‘YES’.
The hilarious Torres site was the brainchild of Liverpool fan Nick Miners, a 38-year-old I.T worker from Watford.
He said: ”I thought it would be a bit of fun and it’s gone totally crazy – beyond anything I expected.”
The sites can be visited at www.hastorresscoredforchelsea.com and www.hascarrollscoredforliverpool.com.