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FIFA has just announced VERY SAD NEWS for the Officials and Referees of the match between Liverpool FC Vs CHELSEA and this have cost them thier Job

Following Chelsea’s 4-1 thrashing by Liverpool on Wednesday, Mauricio Pochettino was forced to lament both his team’s poor performance and the decisions made by the referees. Chelsea was denied two penalties throughout the match. After a terrible first half, the Blues were soundly thrashed, but it could have been much worse.


In addition to correctly booking Ben Chilwell for diving prior to halftime, Paul Tierney neglected to discipline Virgil van Dijk for a tackle on Conor Gallagher earlier in the game. Van Dijk’s knee struck the Englishman just outside the six-yard line, prompting VAR to review the challenge.


Joe Cole voiced his thoughts on the situation, so the Reds were lucky to get away with the decision. The former player for Chelsea and Liverpool added, “Sterling goes into the box and Gallagher takes a lovely touch and Van Dijk just squares himself off and I think he just leans into him there.”


“I consider that to be a penalty. I believe the referee was not brave in front of the Kop within the first ten minutes.”


Diogo Jota started the score, forcing Chelsea to pay for their overall lack of effort very quickly. Before Darwin Nunez was given the opportunity to make it 3-0 from the spot, Connor Bradley doubled the lead. When it came to Benoit Badiashile’s unarguable foul on Jota, Tierney gave Liverpool the benefit of the doubt.


“It’s a great ball from Joe Gomez and then you see it in slow motion, he steps on his foot and with VAR you get those decisions,” Rio Ferdinand said. However, Chelsea has been incredibly careless and tardy with everything. You had assumed that they would have ended it here with a goal, but Nunez isn’t having the desired effect right now.”


Nunez’s penalty struck the post, one of four times he found the woodwork instead of the net, but Pochettino’s situation worsened after the break. Midway through the second half, Dominik Szoboszlai headed in to secure the victory.


Christopher Nkunku gave Chelsea some solace, and when the Frenchman appeared to be fouled inside the area a few moments later, it appeared as though Chelsea could be able to reduce the gap to just one goal. “Has van Dijk kicked through him?” Ally McCoist asked during a commentary break. You know, he does!


“I’ll tell you now that there is a punishment because he does. He catches him with his right leg, so in my opinion, that is a penalty. You notice Van Dijk’s contact there, and whoa—a penalty for the entire day. He definitely catches his right leg.”


John Brooks watched the event again, but to Pochettino’s frustration, nothing came of it. Throughout the segment that followed the tackle, the 51-year-old was irate and yelling at the fourth official from his seat on the bench.


McCoist went on to say that although Chelsea had been dealt a rough hand by the referees, Liverpool was more than worthy of the victory. The outcome leaves Pochettino’s team in the middle of the standings.


The Blues had a chance to finish eighth heading into the week, but they might wind up in the bottom half. They have now suffered six losses in their last

seven away from home.


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