GDI inlet valve fouling

I've been idly looking at Ford's petrol direct injection engines and see a number of comments that generally direct injection engines suffer from
inlet valve fouling as the petrol droplets no longer clean the manifold side of the valve of vapour deposits from the engine breather and oil sucked from the turbo charger. Why do diesels (which are all direct injection) suffer the same?
AJH
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