The FA charged Chelsea Fc for not keeping their players in control in the match against Liverpool

Chelsea Fc players were heated up on the referee after he decided to give the penalty to Liverpool at the weekend and showed red card Chelsea’s right-back, Reece James.

The Football Association has decided to charge Chelsea Fc for not controlling their players in their match against Liverpool at the weekend. The game which was played at Anfield on 28th August was heated up. After some strict decisions taken by the referee named Anthony Taylor in the match, many Chelsea players were fuming at him.

In the first half of the match, after the Liverpool forward Sadio Mane hit the ball, Chelsea’s Right back Reece James made the block on the goal line. But after Anthony Taylor, the English referee saw on the VAR tv, it was a handball from Reece James which he feels was purposely used by James to stop the ball from going behind the net. So, the referee gave Liverpool a penalty and showed a straight red card to Chelsea’s right-back.


The Chelsea players however after this decision was not happy with the referee and kept on fuming at him despite his warnings. Every Chelsea player surrounded the referee and was protesting against his decision. The English referee wasn’t impressed with the Chelsea Fc players and especially the German defender Antonio Rudiger who said something to him which left him with no option to give him a card as well. But this time it was yellow.

The drama didn’t stop here as after the Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah scored the penalty and equalised for Liverpool, Chelsea’s goalkeeper Edouard Mendy who still wasn’t happy with the red card decision, kicked the English midfielder Jordan Henderson’s leg. He also received a yellow card for this action.

“Chelsea FC has been charged with two breaches of FA Rule E20.1 following their Premier League fixture against Liverpool FC on Saturday (28/08/21),” the FA said in a statement as per Reuters.