Swansea City held Chelsea to a 2-2 draw at the Liberty stadium ending the Blues three match Premier League win streak as a result.
The Swans came from behind to take the lead against the Blues but the home sides second goal sparked controversy.
Leroy Fer looked to have capitalised on a defensive blunder made by Gary Cahill but the replay showed that he may actually have committed a foul.
Upon closer inspection it became pretty clear that Fer actually fouled Cahill – pretty blatantly as well – but referee Andre Marriner completely missed the incident.
The draw was still enough for Chelsea to move into second place in the league table on 10 points just one point behind leaders Manchester City.
We took a look at what Chelsea fans and pundits made of the incident on social media – most tweeters were not pleased with the decision.
Clearly a foul!
We all agree with you Cahill… https://t.co/0tJdPOUlBF
— Chelsea News App (@CFCNewsApp) September 11, 2016
Turns out he wasn’t kicked once but twice!
Not just the one kick on Cahill but two
— Jody Morris (@morriskid) September 11, 2016
Cahill was not best pleased with the decision as you can tell from his latest tweet.
— Gary Cahill (@GaryJCahill) September 11, 2016
That tweet could get him in a spot of bother with the FA!
So Ivanovic & Luiz at CB on Friday when Cahill gets banned by the FA for being fouled & tweeting about it ?
— SWH (@MadMontana) September 11, 2016
That's a foul on Gary Cahill – Andre Marriner – how didn't you see that?
— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) September 11, 2016
Foul to be fair on Gary Cahill.
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) September 11, 2016
Leroy Fer with a clean tackle, in the sense that he cleanly kicked both of Gary Cahill's feet without wasting energy contacting the ball.
— Michael Caley (@MC_of_A) September 11, 2016
Gary wasn’t impressed either!
Extraordinary goings on at Swansea. Cahill clearly fouled and somehow in this most one-sided of games Chelsea trail.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 11, 2016
Cahill might be the worst starting defender Conte ever had, and I include in that also the spell at Bari and Siena
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) September 11, 2016