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Thomas Tuchel slams referee for laughing with Carlo Ancelotti after Chelsea loss

Thomas Tuchel was livid with referee Szymon Marciniak after the Chelsea supervisor noticed the Polish match official sharing a joke with Carlo Ancelotti following Real Madrid’s epic Champions League quarter-final victory.

A chaotic contest was lastly settled within the sixth minute of extra-time when Karim Benzema pounced to score his fourth goal of the tie and secure an astonishing 5-4 victory on mixture for the Spanish giants.

Chelsea appeared to have accomplished a outstanding comeback when Timo Werner fired his aspect right into a scarcely understandable 3-0 lead on the evening with quarter-hour remaining, because the Blues worn out the 3-1 deficit from the primary leg.

Thomas Tuchel was proud of his players despite Chelsea's defeat against Real Madrid

Shortly before Werner’s strike, Marcos Alonso had a goal chalked off by the VAR for a minuscule handball offence and Tuchel was aggravated the referee wasn’t invited to test the pitch aspect monitor.

He informed BT Sport: ‘I didn’t see the purpose that was disallowed. I’m very, very upset for the referee that he doesn’t test it by himself.

‘Absolutely upset feeling in each matches that it was 51 on the opposite side with all choices made however that’s what it’s should you play Real Madrid within the Champions League. Unlucky today.’

Tuchel expanded on his grievances in his publish match press convention, and revealed he was notably irked when he noticed Marciniak sharing a lighthearted second with Real manager Ancelotti.

Thomas Tuchel was annoyed to see Marcos Alonso's goal disallowed for handball

He stated: ‘I was upset that the referee had fun with my colleague, Carlo Ancelotti. I do know Carlo is a gentleman and a pleasant man, however after I needed to go and say thanks for the match, I noticed him smiling and laughing loudly with the opponents’ coach.

‘I believe that is the very, very unsuitable time to do that after a remaining whistle and 126 minutes where one team gave all their hearts and fought till the final drop.

‘You go and see the referee smiling and laughing with the opposite coach. I believe it is extremely, very dangerous timing. I informed him this, and that’s it.

‘Possibly I get myself into an issue. However should you play Real Madrid, you can’t expect that everybody has the braveness [to make decisions]. I additionally felt the little choices within the first leg and the second leg today.

‘I didn’t see the purpose, however I informed him that I used to be super upset that he doesn’t come out and test it on his personal. In a match like this the place you may have a sure line to whistle, it is best to keep the boss and never give choices like this to anyone in a chair who’s isolated from the atmosphere.

‘He has a sure fashion and sure issues that he allows and doesn’t allow, and he follows a sure line – so I believe he ought to keep in charge and test it on his own then he might additionally clarify it higher.

‘It’s simply my opinion. I assumed we deserved extra minutes in the long run as a result of it felt like we had no minutes to play in the second half of the additional time. Possibly it’s too much to ask for in matches like this against this opponent. We had it in our palms, and we weren’t fortunate enough. It’s like this.’

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