Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, has criticized Chris Foy’s performance, after his team were beaten at Villa Park on Saturday.
The Blues had Willian and Ramires sent off in the second and Fabian Delph grabbed the winner in the 83rd minute, as Mourinho’s men failed to extend their lead at the top of the table.
Mourinho, who was also sent off late in the game, was quick to point fingers at Foy, claiming that he was poor for the entire duration of the match.
“I don’t know why I was sent off. I asked, but the referee refused to speak to me. One player made an aggressive move towards one of my players. Gabriel Agbonlahor was on the bench, he jumped onto the pitch, he was aggressive, everyone jumps onto then pitch, me and my assistants, lots of people there,” Mourinho told 5 live Sport.
“Maybe Mr Foy thought I was aggressive, I don’t know. There are no statues in a football match, so everyone should have been sent off.
“We must be very, very unlucky to have another refereeing performance like this one. This was not about one mistake a referee can make, a penalty or not giving a penalty, but this is about a 94 minute performance.”