THE spouse of Northern Eire star Corry Evans has appeared to launch a vile racist rant on the referee who gifted Switzerland a World Cup play-off victory.
Lisa Evans was left fuming on the resolution of Romanian official Ovidiu Hategan handy Switzerland the penalty that gave the Swiss a 1-Zero first-leg lead.
Hategan controversially dominated her husband had dealt with the ball when he blocked a shot from Swizterland ace Xherdan Shaqiri – although it clearly hit the again of his shoulder.
Lisa let rip with a foul-mouthed rant on Twitter the place she tore into the official, though she later deleted it and her hsuband apologised for the “warmth of the second outburst”.
She wrote: “Romanian gypsy c***!! And to truly assume Northern Eire has in all probability homed considered one of his smelly relations!
“Ungrateful t***!! Anyway onwards and upwards #GAWA
Northern Eire boss Michael O’Neill and his gamers are nonetheless fuming on the stunning resolution which leaves them with an uphill battle to make Russia 2018.
They now must trigger an enormous upset by getting a win in Switzerland within the return leg on Sunday if they’re to make it to the World Cup.
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And to compound the distress, Evans is suspended from the sport after being proven a yellow card for committing the handball.
O’Neill mentioned after the sport: “It’s staggering to assume that the referee can award a penalty in that scenario.
“The referee is 5 or 6 yards from the incident, he has no person in his line of sight.
“Corry has simply gone to dam it. He is turned his physique and the arm is not in an unnatural place, it is not away from his physique.
“The ball truly hits him extra within the again and the highest of the shoulder, so it’s unimaginable.
“I believed he has blown for a foul or an offside or one thing at first, I feel it is unimaginable that he has given it for that. No one had claimed for it.
“It is bewildering on this day in age. It is such an important stage of the sport.
“The sort out, the opening sort out, was borderline crimson card, so the referee did us no favours tonight.”