To be fair, Chelsea probably got the unfair side of the breaks despite winning 1-0 (2-1 on aggregate) over Liverpool in the League Cup semifinal.
A pair of non-called first-half penalties could’ve easily had the Blues up on aggregate before Branislav Ivanovic’s headed goal salted away the win in extra time.
[ MATCH RECAP: Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool ]
And while Diego Costa lived up to his nefarious reputation with a pair of stamps on Liverpool players, Jose Mourinho wasn’t interested in the dirty actions of his star Spanish striker.
From the BBC:
“I don’t want to speak about decisions and decisions. If I have to speak to something I have to speak to something I know. When a player stops a counter-attack with a handball it’s a yellow card, when a player kicks a player in the box it is a penalty. Speak about Costa and the penalty he had…
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