Thomas Tuchel will be sanctioned by the Football Association for questioning the decisions of referee Mark Dean in their League game against Brighton
Chelsea head coach, will escape formal sanctioning from the governing body for his outburst resulting from fears that key player Reece James has torn his harmstring in their game against Brighton in which Danny Welbeck scored an equalizer.
The Football Association examined his comment today to consider whether his remarks crossed the threshold for disciplinary action according to Daily mail.
The news will come as a relief to Tuchel, who will be facing a possible FA charge, though a repetition of such will not be pardoned.
The German Tactician was left fuming after the draw to Brighton as his side slipped behind Manchester City in the title race.
Tuchel made the comments on the decisions of Dean and other officials during his Post-match conference
‘We had 100 per cent a penalty against Christian Pulisic and 50-50 challenge by Mount when the ball is going into the net,’ said Tuchel.
‘Why not wait? We have VAR to check if it’s a foul. Is he (Dean) so sure, does he want to keep the tension up? And the penalty is a joke, not to interfere from VAR.’
Tuchel was of the opinion that Chelsea should have been awarded a penalty for a foul on Christian Pulisic before Mason Mount rolled the ball into the net.
The German is waiting on news on the injury suffered by James against Brighton.