London, May 11 (ANI): Chelsea's Didier Drogab was thrown back into the spotlight last night as Arsenal accused him of diving.
Gunners skipper Cesc Fabregas was furious with the Chelsea striker - and boss Arsene Wenger followed with a blast after Arsenal crashed 4-1 at home, their heaviest league defeat for 32 years.
Fabregas made gestures at ref Phil Dowd when Drogba went to ground in the first half. But the Blues hit man then set up the first goal with a brilliant free kick, reports The Sun.
Wenger said: "We live in a league now where the divers are rewarded. It is not right. I do not want to go into any individual assessments. I don't think the free-kick should have been given, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't win the header after that."
Drogba was caught on camera in a foul-mouthed rant when Chelsea were dumped out of the Champions League by Barcelona last Wednesday. (ANI)