"Worst Referee Ever"- Chelsea Superstar Blast Match Official After Humiliating Defeat In The EPL
By JonGinho | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 800 views
The Premier league action is back this weekend after the international break which put a temporary stop to the league action across Europe.
Chelsea welcomed Westbrom Albion to Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, in the English Premier League. Many will expect Chelsea to beat the baggies, considering the terrific form blue have been under Thomas Tuchel.
Christian Pulisic opened the scoring in the game, but a rash challenge from Thiago Silva on Westbrom striker, saw the experienced defender sent off for a second yellow card. Westbrom came from a goal down to beat Chelsea 1:5, to clinch all three points against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea midfielder, Mateo Kovacic was livid with the referee after the full time whistle. Kovacic said the match official is the worst referee ever.
What do you think about what Mateo Kovacic, said about David Coote the match referee?
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