BREAKING NEWS: The FIFA Football Association (FIFA) has just made a very sad announcement regarding the officials and referees of the match between Chelsea and Newcastle This news has resulted in the officials and referees losing their jobs. Chelsea was favored after Caicedo hard tackle on Gordon’s leg  “It was his studs on the back of Gordon’s legs. Could have been sent off there to be honest.” ‘WOW, THAT’S BAD’  Chelsea’s Moises Caicedo escapes red card after horror tackle – with Newcastle’s Anthony Gordon later subbed off injured.

Supporters are in disbelief that Moises Caicedo, a midfielder for Chelsea, was only booked for a horrible first-minute challenge on Anthony Gordon of Newcastle.


Caicedo made a rash lunge from behind, studding the winger’s leg.

However, in Tuesday’s EFL Cup quarterfinal, the record buy was given a yellow card, even though the majority of spectators thought he ought to have been given a red card.

Early in the second period, Gordon was eventually forced off the pitch due to injury and was replaced by Matt Ritchie.

However, fans were more interested in the wideman’s initial painful moment, which occurred early in the tie.

Regarding Caicedo, a supporter remarked, “He’s lucky to be on the pitch.”

Regarding his tackle, other comments included “Dirty challenge,” “Wow,” and “That’s bad.”

On social media, this was the standard reply: “It was his studs on the back of Gordon’s legs.” To be honest, I could have been sent off there.”

However, Chelsea’s seeming let-off was short-lived.

On the sixteenth minute, Callum Wilson punished Mauricio Pochettino’s drastically altered team for appalling defending by thrashing Newcastle.

But Caicedo’s startling fall on Gordon continued to garner most of the attention.

When he collided with the former Everton player, the £115 million former Brighton hero had little chance of winning the ball.

Caicedo may be relieved that referees aren’t able to rely solely on video replays, as VAR is currently only utilised in Premier League games for domestic competitions.

Another supporter countered, saying, “So far, Chelsea is benefiting from the lack of VAR.”

Since arriving in the summer, the 22-year-old Ecuadorian anchorman has had general difficulties.

Regarding his first-half performance, another viewer commented, “Caicedo is a major worry for Chelsea, looks overwhelmed in there.”

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