West Brom manager Diego Costa Offside Goal Value

West Brom manager Diego Costa Offside Goal Value

West Brom manager Diego Costa Offside Goal Value

London West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Irvine admits Chelsea, who recently bowed his team, as opposed to being very tough. But he also assess Chelsea’s first goal offside.

West Brom return from a trip to Stamford Bridge on Saturday (11/22/2014) night, with a 0-2 defeat. Diego Costa opened the hosts victory in the early minutes, making the Blues relatively successful grasp control of the game after that.

Eden Hazard then doubled the lead Chelsea, who then increasingly dominate after West Brom lose Claudio Yacob, who was red-carded in the 29th minute.

Of course this is a difficult place to go. They are a top team. We are looking for a good start and of course goals
first after 11 minutes made it difficult, I Irvine at the BBC.

We do have to have the form of games and disciplined, but has a direct (feel) lost after conceding two goals of course is not in accordance with what we want to achieve.

We had a game plan that is compounded with the first goal, which I thought was offside. But I was disappointed with the second goal we have pride as a team to survive the ball cleanly off and we are not as neat as it should be,” he regrets.