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Ref watch: Should Giovani Lo Celso have seen red? Kevin De Bruyne, Ederson, Bournemouth handball & more | Football News

Dermot Gallagher on Giovani Lo Celso: “It should have been a red card. I don’t think there’s any doubt about it, I think everyone expected a red card and looking back, everyone has said it should have been.”

Last Updated: 24/02/20 1:10pm

Giovani Lo Celso avoided punishment after appearing to stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta

Why was Giovani Lo Celso not sent off? Should David Coote have been taken out of the spotlight? Did Kevin De Bruyne handle the ball? Dermot Gallagher has all the answers…

Dermot joined Rob Wotton, Sue Smith and Stephen Warnock on Sky Sports News for his weekly review of the big decisions.

Read on for Dermot’s verdict from the latest games…Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham 1:24 Tottenham midfielder Giovani Lo Celso appeared to be fortunate to escape a red card for his tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta despite it being referred to the VAR

Tottenham midfielder Giovani Lo Celso appeared to be fortunate to escape a red card for his tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta despite it being referred to the VAR

INCIDENT: Azpilicueta slides in to win the ball ahead of Lo Celso, who then appears to stamp on the defender’s leg. Referee Michael Oliver does not see the…

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