A big scandal in England: a coach broke into the referee’s room – Football World – England

Hammers manager David Moyes was infuriated by referee Andy Madley’s scandalous decision to disallow a West Ham goal late in the 2-1 defeat by Chelsea. According to Talksport, the 59-year-old Scot stormed into the referee’s room to seek an explanation from the referee, which is uncharacteristic of English football. The manager of West Ham attacked the referee already on the field after the end of the match, but apparently decided to continue the scandal in the referee’s room.

“You saw the situation, scandalous decision. Absolute nonsense from a judge named one of the best. Not to mention the work of the VAR. Unbelievable stupidity. The goalkeeper was obviously faking as he had no chance to react when the attack continued. He did the same with the first goal. It’s remarkable how the referee can lash out like that,” said an angry Moyes after the match.

In the final minutes, Maxwell Korne scored an equalizing goal for the Hammers, and the video assistant referees were unable to make a definitive decision on the regularity of the goal and invited Madley to check the situation on the monitor. After watching it several times, the referee judged that there was a foul by Jared Bowen on goalkeeper Edward Mendy during the goal attack. In fact, Bowen jumped over the Blues guard and appeared to hook him as he fell. Even the replays, however, were inconclusive as to whether there was intentional contact at all.

Legendary English strikers Alan Shearer and Michael Owen were adamant that the hit was regular.

‚ÄúThis and the decision of the Newcastle game are scandalous. Hoping to calm down by tonight when I’m on air,” Shearer tweeted.

“The decision to overturn West Ham’s goal is extremely shocking. The goalkeeper threw himself at the player’s feet, what is he expected to do,” Owen believes.

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