Blues boss Claudio Ranieri offered a sub-plot, claiming that Graeme Le Saux was punched in the face shortly before time.
“Graeme was very, very angry because he was punched in the face near the end of the game,” said the Italian. “I don’t know who it was, but you will have to find this gentleman and ask him.”
Ranieri was also unhappy over the sending-off of Frank Lampard, questioning why Chris Perry was not cautioned as well.
“It’s very strange. Le Saux received a punch in the face and Perry pushed Lampard, but it is only Lampard who went. Why did Perry not get a yellow card?”
The morning tabloids centre on Glenn’s dismay over the penalty award that changed the course of the game against Chelsea on Sunday.