It’s sad that Jose Mourinho who once criticized Premier League referees for not doing enough to protect Eden Hazard while he has Chelsea manager in 2015 decided to take out the Belgian by asking his Manchester United players to consistently kick and foul the Belgian.
During the second half of Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over Manchester United on Monday night, Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo stamped on Eden Hazard while Hazard was on the ground.
With Chelsea already leading 1-0, Eden Hazard fell to the ground after a challenge by Rojo. With Hazard on the ground, Rojo stamped on Hazard’s chest with his right foot.
Michael Oliver missed the incident, which was enough to get Rojo sent off, and we are expecting Rojo to face retrospective action by the FA for his stamp on Eden Hazard.
Below are videos of the incident
And here is a much better view of the incident
— Jimmy Henry (@RedTilDed) March 13, 2017
If Bournemouth defender Mings got five match ban for his stamp on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, this should also get a five match ban.