Ancelotti accuses referee of having 'a problem' with Paris Saint-Germain

The PSG coach has hit out at Clement Turpin following his display on Sunday as he feels the official made a wrong decision to dismiss Mamadou Sakho
Carlo Ancelotti was dismayed with Clement Turpin's refereeing performance in Paris Saint-Germain's 1-1 Ligue 1 draw against Montpellier on Sunday.

The official showed PSG defender Mamadou Sakho a straight red card after only 10 minutes of play, and Ancelotti feels Turpin was completely wrong to dismiss the centre-back.

"I think there's a problem with Mr. Turpin, who has now given us three red cards, even though we are not an aggressive team," the Parc des Princes head coach said at a press conference.

"We always respect our opponents. We respect referees. I ask that we be given the same respect that we show toward others.

"Sakho was dismissed, but didn't even make a foul. Enough is enough. Turpin is young, but I feel that we wants to be too important during a match. He made a mistake here."

PSG currently sit first in Ligue 1 wih 23 points from 12 games.