The Football Association has confirmed Arsenal can appeal "mistaken identity" regarding Kieran Gibbs' controversial red card at Chelsea.
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Gibbs was sent off in the first half at Stamford Bridge by referee Andre Marriner after Gunners teammate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was ruled to have handballed Eden Hazard's shot at goal inside the area.
Marriner appeared to wrongly identify left-back Gibbs as the player who handled the ball and gave him a straight red card, despite Oxlade-Chamberlain's apparent protestations that he was the guilty party.
The FA outlined on its official Twitter account during the match of the process Arsenal could take in light of the error.
Following a red card clubs can also review possibility of a wrongful dismissal claim to The @FA, unless dismissal is for 2 yellow cards 2/2— The FA (@FA) March 22, 2014