West Brom striker Roman Bednar has blasted Chelsea skipper John Terry over a clash between the pair.
Striker accuses Blues star of trying to hurt him
West Brom striker Roman Bednar has blasted Chelsea skipper John Terry following a clash between the pair in last weekend's 3-0 win for Chelsea.
Bednar was unhappy with the behaviour of Terry when the two players contested a challenge in the first half of the game at the Hawthorns.
The former Hearts man has accused Terry of setting out to hurt him as the pair clashed for the ball.
"We were caught up in each other. When he was falling down he deliberately put his hands there to make it painful for me," Bednar told MF DNES.
"I tried to respond, but he gave gave me a header into my belly. It was not fair from him, he was then like mad.
"Moreover, the referee was of the opinion that it was me who fouled."
Bednar is hoping to put West Brom's struggles behind him as he prepares for Czech Republic's World Cup qualifier with San Marino.
The striker has been called up as a replacement for the injured Vaclav Sverkos and Bednar is determined to take his chance.
"It is a pity that it is at his expense, but for me it is a huge reward for me to be a part of the international team. It is great news for me," added Bednar.
"Last results have not been ideal (with West Brom), but the call-up will help me get started."