Sol Bamba escapes yellow card for removing shirts
- Sol Bamba fired in last-minute goal as Cardiff beat Brighton for vital victory
- He pulled off his shirt in celebration but avoided at booking as referee missed it
- This comes after Demarai Gray being cautioned last week for the same offense
Kieran Gill for MailOnline
Sol Bamba ripped his shirt off after scoring Cardiff's last-minute winner, yet was not booked then lied when asked by referee Martin Atkinson if he had removed it.
It was a week after Leicester player Demarai Gray was cautioned at the same stadium after he was attempted to pay tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha following the chairman's tragic passing.
The call to the show, with plenty believing the Premier League should be relaxed.
Sol Bamba escaped to booking Cardiff
Atkinson's blunder on Saturday highlighted the inconsistency. Bamba scored to make it 2-1 to Cardiff in the 90th minute then he took his shirt off as soon as he sprinted for the corner.
He admitted afterwards: 'The referee asked me if I took my shirt off and I said no.'
In the wake of a football debate in the United States in the Champions League in midweek.
Sterling failed to become a spot-kick.
The PGMOL will not be happy by Atkinson on Saturday, although the refereeing body has been chalked off as a mistake.
Demarai Gray was booked for paying tribute to Leicester's late owner after scoring