“I believe it was not a bid for expulsion”, says Thiago Silva

“I believe it was not a bid for expulsion”, says Thiago Silva
“I believe it was not a bid for expulsion”, says Thiago Silva
Thiago Silva vented on social media after being expelled in Chelsea’s 5-2 defeat by West Brom in the English Premier League. From the point of view of the Brazilian defender, the move was not for expulsion, but, nonetheless, he apologized to his teammates and fans for having directly influenced the result of the game.

“I believe it was not a bid for expulsion, I have not seen the video yet, but the referee made his decision and we cannot change what happened. I assume my responsibility for the expulsion, which unfortunately directly affected the outcome of the game,” he wrote. the defender, who added: “Now we have to join our forces, because Wednesday will be another battle. Come on, Chelsea.”

Later, striker Neymar commented on Thiago Silva’s post and supported the defender. The striker was also sent off today in the defeat of PSG against Lille. Shirt 10 received the second yellow and red card for pushing an opponent off the field.

“It happened the same way, brother. We moved on. Simbora, nigga !!!”

Note 3

The Sun newspaper assessed Thiago Silva’s performance with a score of 3 and justified the reason: “This Saturday, the Brazilian made two fouls, took two cards and was sent off, in a match that was simply disastrous,” said the newspaper.

In addition to the criticism for the expulsion, his debut with the shirt of the English team was remembered, which was exactly against West Brom, and Thiago also made mistakes.

“Once again against Albion, he had a nightmarish performance, after the horror of September 2020, when he handed the ball over and scored the first goal for the opponent,” he recalled.

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