The former England international was speaking after Chelsea had been awarded a goal during their FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham Hotspur this evening, despite the ball clearly not passing the line.
"Just got home to see that second goal of Chelsea's," he wrote on Twitter. "Wonder how many more of these decisions will be made before the powers that be start to assist the officials.
"The headlines always seem to be anything other than on the quality of football played nowadays."
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