Chelsea defender Gary Cahill says Swansea’s second goal, ruled out.

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Chelsea defender Gary Cahill says Swansea’s second goal in their 2-2 draw should have been ruled out because there was a foul on him so obvious “you could be on the moon and see it”.

Swans midfielder Leroy Fer scored after dispossessing Cahill following a heavy touch, with referee Andre Marriner allowing the goal to stand.

Cahill, who has posted a clip of the incident on social media labelling it “incredible”, went to see Marriner after the game.

Chelsea captain John Terry ended the game limping and was seen leaving the stadium on crutches.

The Blues are next in action on Friday when they host Liverpool.

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