Thomas Tuchel doesn't want Anthony Taylor to officiate Chelsea matches
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Anthony Taylor has a history of making decisions against Chelsea.

The Blues drew 2-2 with Antonio Conte’s men last night and some of the decisions in the game went against the Chelsea team.

Rodrigo Bentancur fouled Kai Havertz in the build-up to Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s equaliser in the second half whereas Christian Romero pulled Cucurella’s hair before conceeding in the final mintute.

After the match, a petition was launched claiming Anthony Taylor should be banned from officiating Chelsea matches.

It is supported by more than 80,000 signatures and Thomas Tuchel claims his players are worried when Taylor is in charge of the game.

Tuchel said: “I don’t think just some of the fans think that. I can assure you the whole dressing room of us, every single person, thinks that.

“I can’t understand how the first goal is not offside and I can’t understand when a player is pulled by their hair, the other player stays on the pitch.

“Pull someone else’s hair, stay on the pitch and attack the last corner. This is for me without any explanation and I don’t want to accept it. Both goals should not stand and it’s a fair result because we were brilliant, deserved to win. This is my point of view.”

 

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