Everton fans are angry
Everton fans are still upset about what happened to Oumar Niasse.
Last weekend the Toffees drew 2-2 away at Crystal Palace.
Niasse won a penalty for Everton which Leighton Baines duly dispatched.
Most agreed that Scott Dann hadn’t taken Niasse down for a penalty. Although there was minimal upper body contact between the players.
During the week Niasse, who also scored in the Palace game, became the first player in the Premier League to receive a two match ban for “deceiving” the referee.
He’s now out against Southampton and West Ham.
Eden Hazard v Liverpool
Early in the second half at Anfield on Saturday night, fans turns on Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
Liverpool and Chelsea was goalless when Hazard took a tumble in the Liverpool box.
The Belgian went down under close eye from Liverpool’s James Milner, but it was clear Milner didn’t touch the Chelsea star.
So should Hazard be slapped with a two match ban for trying to con the referee?
Those arguments immediately started on social media as Hazard was rising to his feet again.
‘Two game ban for the Chelsea star’
See the backlash to Eden Hazard below.
Two-match ban for Eden Hazard under ludicrous FA simulation rules? 'Arching of the back and the collapsing of both legs…simply not consistent with the amount of force exerted upon him'? #LIVCHE #EFC #CPFChttps://t.co/wc2Om9mI7T
— Duncan Castles (@DuncanCastles) November 25, 2017
2 game ban for hazard for diving
— Ruairi McErlean (@RuairiMcErlean) November 25, 2017
— Rob Walker (@robertwalkerjnr) November 25, 2017
Hazard diving in box. Wonder will he get the ban niasse got
— LeeHartley (@leehartley1977) November 25, 2017
Surely that's a two game ban for Hazard then?
— Harry Stokes (@HarryStokes_93) November 25, 2017
— Sam Street (@samstreetwrites) November 25, 2017
Cheeky hazard ban after the game
— danny p (@dannyisphair) November 25, 2017
2 match ban for hazard there, diving twat. #LFCvCFC
— sam gatti (@gatti2828) November 25, 2017
Why are so many commentators scared of calling a dive? On @btsportfootball, a blatant Hazard dive has just been excused by speculation that his and Milner’s laces may have been tangled…
— James Beglin (@jamesbeg) November 25, 2017
Mohamed Salah v Chelsea
— VOOsport (@VOOsport) November 25, 2017