Chelsea-Southampton draw, Mou "Spray" Referees

Chelsea-Southampton draw, Mou “Spray” Referees

Chelsea-Southampton draw, Mou "Spray" Referees

SOUTHAMPTON Chelsea rate to avoid the pursuit of Manchester City, Southampton back hampered by a 1-1 draw at St. Mary‘s on the 19th week of the Premier League.

The Blues manager, Jose Mourinho returned controversial remarks related to the game. Not blame the players Southampton, Mou greeting akrabnya- blamed referee Anthony Taylor.

He was disappointed because when standing at 1-1, Cesc Fabregas dropped Matt Targett and rated Taylor as diving. Practical Fabregas was given a yellow card, Mourinho was furious and questioned why it happens to foster children. Such as Diego Costa current events against Burnley (12/13/2014).

“I do not understand it clear penalty, whether it comes from where suddenly West Ham manager Sam Allardyce started talking about Chelsea players diving, and other coaches. Referee change the penalty into a yellow card, the same thing happened to Diego Costa in the match against Burnley, it’s that I do not understand, “complained Mourinho told Sky Sports News on Monday (12/29/2014).

A point remains a point against a team that is difficult. There is always a doubt, the penalty as an example. Indeed there is no penalty and the penalty, it is clear penalty, “said the coach who dubbed him The Happy Ones.

“The game to game the coach always tells the Chelsea players diving. I will approach the referee and pray for a good year, and told him that he should be ashamed, kecamnnya.

However, the former Real Madrid tactic interpreter is still praised the game Jose Fonte et al. Mou amazed with the fighting spirit exhibited the Saints in order to gain points, as in previous matches lost by a large team of the Premier League.

I believe Southampton survive with everything they have, the organization of the game, the spirit and solidarity of the players as well as efforts to gain points. My players are trying to win, especially in the second half, said the Portuguese coach.