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Chelsea walked away from the Cardiff City Stadium this afternoon with all three points thanks to a number of questionable decisions from the officials.
It was a controversial game from start to finish.
Cesar Azpilicueta was in an offside position when he equalised in the 84th minute, and many questioned how Antonio Rudiger was still on the pitch after receiving a yellow card for a last man tackle.
Azpilicueta well offside, poor officiating again. pic.twitter.com/tBqqNoTzIl
- ∞ (@afcnine) March 31, 2019
Chelsea 1 offside goal scored- Tpox2 (@Tpox2) March 31, 2019
Rudiger last man foul = no red card
2 penalties not given to Cardif
A disgrace for football, Chelsea don't deserve ANYTHING from this game but they have been gifted 3 points, what a a fucking shitshow! Shame! #CARCHE #PL
Despite their lacklustre performance Ruben Loftus-Cheek's injury time winner sealed an undeserved victory for Chelsea.
Then, moments after the final whistle, Cardiff manager Neil Warnock showcased his frustrations with the officials in awkward fashion.
The 70-year-old stood in the middle of the centre-circle for solid minute, with his arms behind his neck, staring at all three men as they presumably wanted the ground to swallow them up.
Neil Warnock's stare down with the officials at full time :fearful::fearful:
Glad we're not the referee or linesman right now :grimacing: pic.twitter.com/026qLMpgL5
- Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) March 31, 2019
We can't wait for the post-match interview, folks.
Chelsea's travelling supporters were understandably frustrated with their team's performance against struggling Cardiff City on Saturday afternoon, despite victory.
Hundreds of fans were heard chanting "We want Sarri out!" and "F*ck Sarriball" as they recorded a 2-1 win.
So is it time for Maurizio Sarri to leave the club after this latest performance?
Let us know in the comments below.
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