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Rugged Wenger believes that first goal Chelsea had never counting

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Rugged Wenger believes that first goal Chelsea had never counting

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The first goal of Chelsea on Saturday in the winner against Arsenal (3-1) was the losing manager Arsène Wenger never counted.

The suspended coach of Arsenal watched from the stands at Stamford Bridge how Marcos Alonso in the thirteenth minute the score was opened after Diego Costa with a header, the bar had hit. The rebound mound Alonso in the air defender Hector Bellerin of Arsenal aside.

“That was one hundred percent violation”, grumbled Wenger against Sky Sports. “Hector was knocked out, tapped by the elbow of Alonso. It was a dangerous game. I was very surprised that the referee that goal approved.”

The excited Bellerin could not continue and had to be replaced. The Spaniard probably has a concussion, because according to Wenger he could feel nothing of the time remember.

“He knew the outcome of the match. The referees are now very strict with tackles on the legs and let elbows in the face. While that is far more dangerous.”

The Premier League-duels of Saturday in image

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet did not look good at the 1-0 by Hull City.
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The introduction of Daniel Sturridge gave Liverpool nothing.
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Oumar Niasse scored in the final for 2-0.
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Jürgen Klopp stays fourth with Liverpool.
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Ronald Koeman was with Everton against Bournemouth halfway already with 3-0.
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Romelu Lukaku scored after just 31 seconds.
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After peace came to Bournemouth back.
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Lukaku was a total of four hits, however, the big man in the bizarre duel.
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Patrick Bolted suffered with Crystal Palace a painful thuisnederlaag against his old club Sunderland.
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Bruno Martins Indi, Erik Pieters and Ibrahim Afellay lost with Stoke City of the WBA.
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The suspended Arsène Wenger eyeing Chelsea-Arsenal from the stands.
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Marcos Alonso scored in the first half for the home team.
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The Chelsea fans honored Frank Lampard, who earlier this week decided to stop.
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Eden Hazard made wonderful way for 2-0.
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Chelsea lost earlier this season at Arsenal with 3-0.
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An error from Petr Cech led the 3-0 Messi Fabregas in.
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Conte

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who, with his team the sixteenth victory achieved in the last eighteen Premier League matches, did not agree with his colleague.

“In England, in this league, this is always a goal,” said the Italian about the opening goal. “I’m sorry, but I can’t listen to it that this is an offense in England. That reaction surprises me.”

“Alonso jumped more than Bellerin and scored. In Italy this might be a violation, but not in England. I can understand that Wenger is a violation, but I found it to be the right decision from the referee.”

Duel between Alonso and Bellerin

Intensity

Chelsea-captain Gary Cahill was referring after the end of the previous mutual encounter this season, when Arsenal 3-0 won.

“This is fantastic. In football you get opportunities to set things right. I remember that we of the field were walking, and I feel a little silly felt. But that outcome is increased, however, our desire for this match to win.”

Conte: “We have played well, with high intensity and organization was in order. Therefore, the victory gained. I am happy for my players.”

See also:
Liverpool back in Hull, earnings Koeman and Everton in a crazy duel

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