Thursday, January 2, 2014

Southampton Goalkeeper: Oscar Had A Habit Of Diving

"He does not need to do it," said Davis. Friday, January 3, 2010, 10: 46 PM Chelsea Midfielder, Oscar. (REUTERS/Toby Melville)VIVAbola-The Chelsea midfielder, Oscar, a spotlight on the matches continued Premier League, 1 January 2013 night EST, diving in the penalty box because of Southampton. Goalkeeper The Saints, Kelvin Davis, claimed to be surprised by it, because the Oscars should be able to bring Chelsea excels.The event occurred in the second half in which the score was still 0-0, when Oscar gets the odds and live face to face with Davis. Intends to outwit the left, Oscar gets obstacles from Davis. Oscar was then dropped, though not about Davis's hands on his feet.Referee Martin Atkinson apparently jelly and gave a yellow card because it is considered the Oscar of diving. Not only that, after the game, Manager of Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, also mentions that her players are diving. And he supported the decisions taken Atkinson. "He does not need to do so. If it is not flopping, he could then the ball into the goal. I think, it is a habit, that she had a chance to get a penalty. Unfortunately, the decision (referee) against him, "Davis said as reported by Sky Sports."I am glad he (Atkinson) saw it the same way like me. I don't like (the diving action), because I could have got a red card. I do not care she got a yellow card or not, what matters (action) is not harmful, "he continued.The game ended 3-0 to Chelsea. Goals scored, Willian Torres, Oscar and makes The Blues remain in position 3 standings while scoring 32 points. They are linked to two points of Arsenal at the top of the standings, one point of ManCity at position 2. (one)



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