The Star (Kenya) - - Sports -

Chelsea de­fender Gary Cahill claimed he was the vic­tim of a foul so bla­tant it could have been seen from the moon in the lead-up to Swansea’s se­cond goal in Sun­day’s 2-2 draw. Leroy Fer scored to put the Swans 2-1 up, but only af­ter ap­pear­ing to foul the Eng­land in­ter­na­tional as he dis­pos­sessed him. A fu­ri­ous Cahill said: “Clear, clear foul. You could be sat on the moon, the top of the stand, any­where in the sta­dium, you can see that’s a clear foul for me. I took the touch away from him. It’s not like he’s come from the side of me, he’s come from be­hind me. I felt the foul clear as day on the pitch and see­ing it back has made me even more an­gry.” Cahill re­vealed he went to see ref­eree An­dre Mar­riner af­ter the game. “I didn’t go in kicking the door down, I went in to see him for an ex­pla­na­tion,” he added.

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