Former Spurs chairman Alan Sugar said Younes Kaboul’s red card against Chelsea ruined the game after it was rescinded by the FA yesterday. Kaboul was given his marching orders after he was judged to have fouled Samuel Eto’o in the box by referee Michael Oliver. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });The Frenchman, who was not even the last defender, was left mystified as he was shown the red card, especially after minimal contact on Eto’o. Eden Hazard converted the penalty to make the score 2-0 and kill Tottenham’s hopes before the Blues added two late goals to a shell-shocked Spurs team. After reviewing the incident the FA decided to overturn Oliver’s decision following an appeal from Spurs, leaving Kaboul free to face Arsenal on Sunday. But Lord Sugar was scathing of Oliver after his poor decision. “Kaboul red card rescinded.ref was wrong it wasn’t a pen. Ruined the game. Demoralised players leading to lack of concentration and mistake,” he wrote on Twitter. Read more Chelsea transfer news.