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   Sunday, 5 January, 2003, 05:02 GMT
Cudicini sees red
FA Cup third round
Chelsea 1-0 Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough striker Dean Windass and Chelsea goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini clash in the goalmouth
Middlesbrough striker Dean Windass and Chelsea keeper Carlo Cudicini clash as the ball crosses the line

Matters reach boiling point in the goalmouth as players confront each other over Boro's disallowed goal and the clash between Cudicini and Windass
Tempers flare on both teams as the Boro players make their feelings clear when Windass' goal is disallowed

Referee Mark Halsey and his assistant are surrounded by Chelsea players as he beckons Cudicini forward
Cudicini is summoned by referee Mark Halsey as his Chelsea team-mates plead for him not to be booked

Referee Mark Halsey shows Cudicini the red card to the Italian's disbelief
Cudicini cannot believe referee Halsey is getting out the red card to give the Italian his marching orders

Stunned Chelsea players continue to dispute Cudicini's red card with match officials
Ten-man Chelsea continue to protest after seeing Cudicini sent off for violent conduct in the 64th minute

Cudicini walks off the pitch and ten-man Chelsea are forced to take off striker Eidur Gudjohnsen in order for Ed de Goey to keep goal
Cudicini departs but boss Claudio Ranieri insists Chelsea will appeal despite winning the match 1-0


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