London - Nigeria winger Victor Moses might face a retrospective ban from the FA after he dived to win Stoke City a penalty in their 2-1 win over Swansea at the Britannia in the English Premier League, SuperSport reports.
Moses was running into the Swansea area side by side with Angel Rangel and looked to have been impeded by Swansea defender, replays showed there was little or no contact with the winger.
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Referee Michael Oliver pointed to the spot and Charlie Adam made no mistake from the spot to tie the game at 1-1 after Wilfried Bony had put Swansea ahead with a penalty when the Ivory Coast forward was bundled over by Stoke City captain Ryan Shawcross.
Jonathan Walters would go on to score the winner for Stoke City in the 76th minute in a game overshadowed by those two penalty calls.
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