Decisions went against you. VAR?
“Decisions like that are crucial. Maguire should have got a red and then scores the second goal. I think that is a major part what VAR was brought in for. The second viewing, different angles. The referee can’t see all the angles, so if you aren’t going to look at the monitor then you won’t see them. That one was wrong. The Zouma one I think should have stood. At first I didn’t it looked like a shove from Azpilicueta. But you see it again and he gets shoved in the first place. It’s certainly not clear and obvious. The goal is given and he gets a shove, then you say goal given. Giroud was offside.”
What did you say or the referee say to you?
“It was behind me to be fair. He didn’t say anything. I had nothing clear to say, when the VAR check happens you are waiting and trusting the right decision. I didn’t have anything to say.”
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An obvious frustration then?
“Yeah. It is just the wrong decision. Which is harder to take. It is what it was brought in for. Love it or hate it but if they see it and make the right decision then fine. It is confusing, though, with all the angles that it is the wrong decision. It is universally the wrong decision, everyone I have spoken to, not just in our changing room but neutrals as well have said the same.”
Concerned about the form?
“I don’t like the word concerned, because this game will throw up the word concerned when you have six or seven on the bounce. Concerned about many factors. I don’t like losing games, the way we are losing games. Losing games, particularly at home, where we have had big chunks of possession, big chances at goal, around goal but not finishing. It is a reality that is getting clearer all the time. We are not getting enough goals in the striker areas. Tammy had his period at the beginning of the season, now we are not getting…