Burnley employer Vincent Kompany has actually been charged with misbehavior after the Belgian opposed the referee’s choice to award a charge in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea, England’s Football Association stated on Wednesday.

Kompany was revealed a red card for opposing versus the spot-kick choice when Burnley’s Lorenz Assignon got a 2nd yellow card for his nasty, decreasing the visitors to 10 males.

“It’s declared that the supervisor’s language and/or behaviour around the 40th minute was incorrect and/or violent and/or insulting towards a match authorities and/or questioned their stability,” the FA stated in a declaration.

An annoyed Kompany later on went on to state that refereeing requirements in the Premier League have actually dropped this season. He has up until Friday to react to the FA’s charge.

Burnley are 19th in the standings, 6 points from the security zone with 7 video games left.

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