Former Everton supervisor Sam Allardyce has slammed referee Michael Oliver for lacking a Raul Jimenez handball inside his personal penalty space.
Chelsea welcomed Wolves to Stamford Bridge as they appeared to maintain tempo with their rivals within the hunt for a top-four end, seeking to take benefit after Tottenham’s defeat to Southampton yesterday and the truth that Arsenal conflict with Manchester United later at this time.
Issues didn’t fairly go to plan although because the hosts struggled to create clear-cut possibilities to place Rui Patricio beneath stress and left the sphere to a refrain of boos on the interval, with the followers not pleased with what they’d seen from their aspect.
Nonetheless, Allardyce has advised they’ve each cause to be pissed off with the choices made by the referee after he confirmed an absence of consistency for 2 handball selections within the first-half.
Oliver waved away Chelsea’s appeals for a penalty when the ball appeared to strike the arm of Jimenez and Allardyce condemned the choice whereas on pundit responsibility.
Diogo Jota went via on purpose however managed the ball together with his hand which introduced out the referee’s whistle and the previous West Ham United boss wasn’t impressed that related incidents led to totally different outcomes.
“Maybe we wouldn’t be speaking about this as a lot if he had given the one the opposite means however as a result of he has on condition that, he is made himself look silly when it comes to his judgement,” he advised BeIn Sports activities.
“The referees are all the time happening about how one can’t discuss inconsistency if it’s one referee in a single sport and one other referee in one other sport however this is similar referee in the identical sport, having just about an equivalent incident and having two totally different selections.
“That is the place they should be extra open about their frailties so we will all really feel somewhat bit extra sympathetic within the job.”