Wenger has words with Dean after the latter’s call to award a penalty. AFP / Paul ELLIS
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has stood by comments criticizing refereeing decisions during the club's last two Premier League matches after the Football Association asked the Frenchman to explain himself.Following Arsenal's 2-2 draw with Chelsea Wednesday, Wenger again complained about the "farcical" decision by Anthony Taylor to award Chelsea a penalty in 67th minute, leading the FA to ask for the manager's observations.Chelsea's Eden Hazard appeared to be caught by Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin in the area to win the penalty but Wenger believes that Hazard should have received a yellow card for deceiving the referee instead.
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