UEFA have chosen Danielle Orsato to be the referree that would officiate Chelsea's second leg against Atletico Madrid. Orsato is an Italian referree who has officiated only one UCL game this season and that was Manutd vs PSG where the french giants triumphed 3-1.
However, there was a controversial incident that happened on that game.
During the early minutes of first half, Manchester united's midfielder fred headbutted Leandro Paredes of PSG,this implied that he should be sent off with an immediate red card.
This referree in question went to the VAR tv and watched it a couple of times only to give Fred a yellow card despite his wrong conduct.
Fred later got a red card at 70th minute of the game and United lost 3-1.Orsato also officiated PSG's last UCL final with Bayern Munich, he is known for overlooking some fouls. This could cost Chelsea a lot on wednesday owing to Atletico Madrid's rough pattern.Atletico plays a rough pattern and neglecting some of it might favour them.
The blues need to play with strong players like Werner, Giroud and Hudson-Odoi to avoid beckoning on the referee's decisions .
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