London – Everton manager Roberto Martinez called his team did not deserve to lose to Chelsea after struggling throughout the game. He also complained about the referee Jonathan Moss leadership in the game.
Everton provide tough opposition for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Thursday (12/02/2015) pm dawn, though ultimately must recognize the benefits of host Willian won by a single goal in the final minutes.
“The result is difficult to accept. You sure will get what you deserve – we do not accept it,” said Martinez told BT Sport BBC quoted.
“It is a vigorous appearance. In our defensive very good and we created a lot of chances. There are at least two world-class rescue of Petr Cech,” value.
“The second yellow card for Gareth Barry is too hard,” said Martinez on dikartumerahnya Barry just before Chelsea scored the only goal of the game. “Damn once conceded a goal like that, the ball through the legs of the players.”
Martinez then discuss the fuss between players on both sides, in which Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic looks gripping body and neck Everton player from behind, but escaped detection and punishment referee.
“The players I am really annoyed with the incident. The reaction of the Chelsea players who had not we like. Ivanovic grabbed the neck of James McCarthy. You need a strong referee for things like that. You do not want to see such incidents we see in end of the game. I was disappointed with the way the referee to handle it, “lamented Martinez.