The Volves won the game 2–1 against Arsenal on Tuesday in the Premier League. Willian Jose was brought down in the penalty area during Arsenal’s Luiz and was shown a straight red card with no effort to play the ball. The club expressed disappointment on Thursday after the Football Association (FA) rejected their appeal to overturn David Luiz’s red card.
“The Football Association has confirmed to us that the red card given to David Luiz on Tuesday against the Wolverhampton Wanderers will stand,” the club said in a statement. He continued, “We have worked really hard to reverse David Luiz’s red card. We have presented our case to the FA, but are disappointed that our appeal was unsuccessful. We accept the FA’s decision and Aston. Continue their preparations for Saturday’s match against Villa. ”
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was not happy with the decision and accepted it only after the match. Arteta said, “If there’s a contact, it’s with David. That’s what I’ve seen, but I don’t know if they have a different angle to what I or I have. Where the disappointment is coming from. This league. It is tough to win a football match in India and those big decisions are the same, but there is nothing that we can change at the moment. ”The club is currently preparing for the game against Aston Villa, which will be held on Saturday is.