Mourinho defends high-tempered striker
The £32million signing from Atletico Madrid was booked against Everton, whose manager Roberto Martinez criticised the Brazil-born Spain forward for goading Seamus Coleman during the Blues’ 6-3 win, after being shown a yellow card for diving against Burnley when it seemed like a penalty should be awarded.
“He got three cards,” Mourinho said. “One is completely unfair because it was a penalty.
The second and third one because he was provoked for the whole game and he had a little reaction.
“He’s being completely fair and giving zero problems to referees and behaving very, very well and just worried about playing his football.”
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