Chelsea's 14 games unbeaten runs in all competition came to an end against Westbromwich Albion with an unfiar Red card decision by the center Referee which the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) refused to have a review of the incident.
The Blues opened the goal scoring in the 27th munites through Christian Pulisic after converting a wood work free kick from Marcos Alonso.
The blues control of the game when Brazilian International Thiago Silver was sent off due to a tackle that resulted to a second yellow card.
It was a controversial decision from the center Referee for giving Thiago Silver the second yellow card because Westbromwich Albion has already lost the ball and the foul was unintentional.
The Video Assistant Referee could have reversed the Red card if the foul was reviewed but the center Referee Decision stood instead.
Chelsea lost possession in the 45 that gave Matheus Pereira the equalizing goal though a brilliant assist from the goal keeper.
The visitors took the lead 2 minutes after scoring the Second goal through the same man Pereira.
West Bromwich Albion scored the third goal of the match through Callum Robinson before Mbaye Diagne scored the Fourth goal to give the visitors a comfortable 4:1 lead.
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