Chelsea had been decreased to 10 males when David Luiz lunged in on Sead Kolasinac in the zero-zero draw with Arsenal on Sunday.
The Brazil world was once proven a instantly crimson card through referee Michael Oliver on 87 mins as he went in recklessly at the Gunners’ complete-again.
And Ray Wilkins thinks Luiz did so as a result of he was once fearful of the physicality of Kolasinac, joking he “wet himself”.
“It was an atrocious tackle,” Wilkins instructed talkSPORT.
“He both desires to harm Kolasinac, or he’s afraid. I’ll opt for the latter.
“He noticed him coming against him and concept, ‘wow, this fella is a giant’ and he principally wet himself.
“Kolasinac went to the ground, his boots by no means got here off the bottom, he simply went for the ball.
“If Luiz had finished that there would were not anything unsuitable. It’s at the midway line for goodness sake.”
After the fit Antonio Conte refused to touch upon Luiz’s sending off however bemoaned his facet’s disciplinary document this season.
“I don’t like to comment about the referee,” Conte stated.
“We have great respect for officials, but it is strange to finish a third game in a row against Arsenal with 10 men.”