Chelsea’s FA Cup game against Manchester United was really intense as Mourinho was determined to prove a point. His last visit to Stamford Bridge ended in a humiliating defeat. And this time around, he had Chelsea’s key men like Eden Hazard marked tightly.
The Belgian was a constant threat as the tackles came flying in from the United players. And one moment involving Marcos Rojo caught the attention of fans around the round.
In the closing stages of the game, the Argentine appeared to have intentionally stamped on Hazard.
FA would not charge Marcos Rojo for Eden Hazard stamp
Everyone expected the FA to hand a ban to the defender, but no further action would be taken.
And the reason for the decision is the match report submitted by referee Michael Oliver. Oliver’s report indicated that he had seen the incident but decided it didn’t call for further action.
But United didn’t go free, as they were hit with an FA Charge for failing to control their own players. The players had protested against the sending off of Ander Herrera in the first half.
And according to the rules, only team captains are officially allowed to talk discuss with the referee.
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