Frank Lamparad launched an attack at the VAR after a ‘shocking’ decision that should have seen Lo Celso given a red card.
Frank Lampard wasn’t pleased with the VAR’s decision and was not shy to give his remarks on it.
Goals from Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso gave Chelsea a crucial win in the top four race but the game wasn’t without controversy.
An awful tackle from Lo Celso on Cesar Azpilicueta went through a VAR review but somehow managed to go unpunished.
It was the second game in succession Lampard voiced his opinions on the VAR, with the last one on Harry Maguire’s kick on Batshuayi that went unpunished as well.
This time, the Chelsea boss was left even more bitter about it.
“Not good enough,” Lampard told BT Sport via Evening Standard. “Not good enough. I’m sorry but its two VARs in two games.”
” It’s always harder to speak about it when you’ve lost because people say you’re just shouting, but maybe you need to shout because that’s not good enough. “
“Everybody in the world in football saw that, that it was a red. It’s too late – the game should be over. I hate to call for red cards but when you’re endangering… that’s a leg-breaker of a tackle. Without a doubt.”
Lampard would be hoping his side can manage another win when they host Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday.