Hiddink admits Goal Controversy Terry Very Good
LONDON- Chelsea coach Guus Hiddink did not reject the assumption that call Chelsea helped thanks to an offside goal from John Terry to the Everton goal. However, Hiddink calls goal was Terry with a perfect technique.
As is known, Terry scored in the 98th minute to save face the Blues who was then the middle behind 2-3. The goal was to force the game ended in a 3-3 draw.
Terry scored a goal which was also created controversy because Terry is considered to be offside when receiving the ball first. The ball itself had touched head to toe Oscar before Terry already offside.
"I will not deny it, it was offside because the ball touched the Oscar. Even so, Terry did it with perfect technique," said Hiddink told the BBC.
Although not reject called Terry offside goal, but Hiddink deny when the goal was already exceeded the injury time. According to him, the referee got it right by giving additional time of one minute of the injury time of seven minutes.
"Injury time of his seven minutes. I told the referee got it right because they celebrate a goal (Funes Mori, 91 minutes) at least one minute in the corner of the field.
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