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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea's Victor Moses got married day after FA Cup final red card

Victor Moses wed his long-term partner the day after he was sent off in Chelsea's 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup final.

Moses was dismissed after receiving a second yellow card for simulation in the penalty area in the 68th minute at Wembley, and Chelsea captain John Terry said after the match that the players were trying to raise his spirits.

"He is down, but it is important that the group pick him up," Terry said. "He has come back to the club, because year after year he has been sent away [on loan] by managers.

"The manager has showed big faith in him this year and he has been excellent, so [we're] just trying to pick him up.

"Naturally he is down and the poor fella has got his wedding tomorrow as well, but he's been excellent all season, so no one's to blame.

"It is one of them things. It's just disappointing."

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte defended Moses when speaking to reporters after the game, saying: "Moses is an honest player and if it is [a dive], I don't think he wanted to [cheat] the referee."

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