Chelsea 2 Tottenham 1: Rate ref Andre Marriner’s display
Rate the performance of referee Andre Marriner during Chelsea's Premier League clash with Tottenham
The Sport Review wants your take on Andre Marriner and his officials’ refereeing display at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Cast your vote above and have your say on how Marriner and his team of officials got on during the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in the comments box below.
Chelsea 2 Tottenham 1, Barclays Premier League, 30 April 2011
Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistants: Mike Cairns and Martin Yerby
Fourth official: Chris Foy
Profile: Andre Marriner
Marriner first took charge of a Premier League game back November 2004 in a 4-0 win for Charlton Athletic against Norwich City.
The 40-year-old refereed the 2010 Championship Play-off final between Blackpool and Cardiff at Wembley. Ian Holloway’s men sealed a 3-2 victory and Marriner did not issue any cards.
On 17 April 2011 he awarded the latest ever penalty in Premier League history in a clash between Arsenal and Liverpool at Emirates Stadium.
The game was heading for a goalless draw until Marriner awarded Arsenal a penalty in the eighth minute of stoppage time which Robin van Persie converted.
He then awarded a second spot-kick to Liverpool four minutes later, which Dirk Kuyt duly scored to give the visitors an unlikely point.