Klopp Comments On His Expulsion During The Liverpool-Man City match
Emotions rose during the second half, sparked by City player Phil Foden after he disallowed a goal after a VAR check shortly after the break.
According to”Liverpool Echo”,While he regretted being sent off, Klopp explained why he was upset with the referee. “It’s about emotions, of course,” said the Liverpool boss.
Klopp:”Red card, my fault”.
“Red card, my fault, I’m over the top right now. I don’t think I was disrespectful to anyone but if you look at the pictures… I know myself, I’m 55 and the way I look at that moment really deserves a red card.
“I lost it in that moment and it’s not OK but a bit as an excuse I’d like to mention how you can’t whistle for this mistake (on Salah), how on earth is that possible“During the match, I completely agreed with Pep that Anthony Taylor let things go, but why would you do that? I heard now people said it was Anfield who made the VAR decision.
It’s Fabinho’s fault. Isn’t it enough to knock someone down?” That Ali stuck the ball (when challenged by Erling Haaland), is this a save or not.
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“And then I had the perfect point of view of the referee (in the Salah incident), we were up 1-0 and you get a free kick there or they counterattack, which is a huge difference 100%. And that was the moment I picked up.
Again, I I’m not proud of it but it happened.” Loading Liverpool’s win – their first against City in the Premier League in nearly three years – lifted them to eighth place on 13 points after nine games.
“I think on a normal day you shouldn’t even try to play City, you have to play to your limits and more and that’s what we did,” Klopp said happilyWe advocated for very good organization but in a very passionate way, we closed the right gaps and challenged us in the right areas.
Jurgen Klopp was sent off for the first time as Liverpool coach during his side’s 1-0 win over Manchester Cit,
Jurgen Klopp admits he “lost it” as he apologized for the first red card of his tenure with Liverpool – and praised the “outstanding performance” that made his side stun Manchester City.
Referee Anthony Taylor was sacked by Klopp 10 minutes after Mohamed Salah scored the winning goal in the 76th minute in a thrilling Premier League football match at Anfield on Sunday.
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