Aston Villa’s assistant supervisor, John Terry, has criticised Chelsea defender, Andreas Christensen following his facet’s 1-1 draw with the Blues within the Premier League on Monday evening.
Objectives from Olivier Giroud and Anwar El Ghazi gave each Chelsea and Aston Villa some extent every at Stamford Bridge.
After the sport, a fan informed Terry on Instagram that he must be “raging” with Aston Villa’s equaliser following their refusal to place the ball out of play whereas Christensen gave the impression to be injured on the ground.
However Terry, who spent 13 years as Chelsea’s captain throughout his time on the West London membership, mentioned Christensen ought to have gotten again in place to defend Aston Villa’s assault.
He [Christensen] ought to have gotten up,” Terry mentioned.
He added, “Nice to be again on the Bridge tonight. One other nice efficiency within the house of 48 hours from the boys @avfcofficial. Relaxation and recuperate now for the subsequent recreation.”
In the meantime, Chelsea supervisor, Frank Lampard, has since insisted that Chelsea shouldn’t have been awarded a foul for Jack Grealish’s collision with Christensen.
Lampard mentioned, “When it comes to the Grealish incident, I haven’t seen it once more, however I didn’t really feel there was a lot in it on the time, I’m not certain whether or not it was a foul or not.
“I used to be simply involved as quickly as Andreas stayed down that the ball was going to enter our field and we’d be a person down, which turned out to be the case.”