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(Picture) Shocking New Evidence Shows Chelsea Should Have Been Awarded Penalty Vs Man United

Skipper John Terry criticises referee about big non-decision.

Chelsea have every right to feel aggrieved following their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday after a new angle showed that they should have had a penalty when two of their players were caught in headlocks by Red Devils defenders.

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The Blues were seemingly denied a clear first-half penalty at Old Trafford when Branislav Ivanovic was dragged to the floor after appearing to be put into a headlock by United defender Chris Smalling, while Terry was also being restrained by Marcos Rojo during the same set piece.

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But luckless referee Phil Dowd missed the incident and gave nothing, something that rubbed Chelsea skipper John Terry up the wrong way.

After the game, Terry took to social media site Instagram to post a photo praising his teammates, and simultaneously criticising the ref.

He wrote: “Great goal from @didierdrogba today, Frustrated not to come away with 3 points.

“Great performance and it shows how well we are playing when you come away from Old Trafford disappointed with 1 point.

“Thanks to all the travelling fans for your great support. #JTandIVAgotdoubleheadlockedfromeverycorner”.

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