Speaking on Sky Sports, former Chelsea and England manager Glenn Hoddle said:
"Mark my words, the ball boys will have been told to do that.
"As a manager, if you've got ball boys, you will tell people instructing the ball boys that if you're winning the game, don't give the ball back quickly."
More top news
A doggy intelligence test may hold the key to a better understanding of human health problems like dementia, scientists say.
The Duchess says that children should be "supported through difficult times in their lives" at the start of Children's Mental Health Week.
The Met Police could soon be using birds of prey to help keep the skies above London clear of crime.