Wolverhampton Wanderers shot stopper Carl Ikeme has reacted to the incident that got him sent off in yesterday’s 1-3 loss to Norwich City.
Ikeme was sent off in the 72nd minute after an altercation with Norwich City forward Wes Hoolahan, a situation which won the home side a penalty which they converted to put the game beyond the reach of Wolves.
However the Super Eagles shot stopper believes his sending off was harsh and criticized the forward for play acting to get him sent off.
The Super Eagles number one gave his reaction in a number of post on his official twitter handle.
“Ok then… been mulling over whether to say anything or not….Some will say don’t react. I understand ur point. It’s hard not to be frustrated when someone blatantly dives to win a penalty.Then dives again when pushed on his Chest. I supposed you live and learn but this one is hard to take. I Apologise if anyone feels let down” Ikeme wrote on Twitter
“A lot of Norwich fans not happy. I have nothing against your club or Wes . These things happen in football so we just move on”.