Why Chelsea Fans Have Every Right To Be Furious With Anthony Taylor's Officiating In Today Game.
Chelsea supporters have frequently voiced their displeasure with Anthony Taylor as a Premier League referee. A football game's referee who frequently makes contentious judgments is the Premier League official. The Blues should have won today's London derby game, but Anthony Taylor's choices altered the outcome.
Since Christian Romero fouled Marc Cucurella in the build-up, the referee should have disallowed Tottenham's late equalizer by Harry Kane. Cucurella's hair was tugged by the Spurs defender inside the box. It is against the rules of football for VAR to award this goal without also dismissing Romero. Thomas Tuchel was correct to question whether tugging players' heads in football after Romero's intentional foul.
Because all the judgments were made against Chelsea on their own field, the Chelsea supporters have every reason to be upset with Anthony Taylor. Despite many fouls on Chelsea players by Spurs players, no one received a yellow card.
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