Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp fumes at referee, Tottenham’s Harry Kane in draw

Jurgen Klopp was left raging at referee Mike Dean following Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham on Wednesday. The Reds boss questioned why Kane wasn’t sent off for his challenge which injured Jordan Henderson and caught the eye of TV viewers worldwide.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was left furious after referee Mike Dean decided not to award a penalty in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea. The German manager said that he “couldn’t believe it” and also claimed that the decision made by Dean was “absolutely scandalous.” Read more in detail here: chelsea.

During Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp claimed that referee Paul Tierney had an issue with him and that rival scorer Harry Kane may have broken defender Andy Robertson’s leg.

After a tense match in north London in which Kane escaped a red card for clattering Robertson halfway through the first half, Liverpool dropped three points behind Manchester City.

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In the interim, Liverpool were denied a penalty after Emerson bundled down forward Diogo Jota in the area, and Robertson was sent out for a similar dangerous challenge on Emerson Royal.

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Klopp received a yellow card for disputing the penalty call, and he maintained his squabbles with Tierney during halftime and after the game, in which Kane opened the scoring before Jota and Robertson put Liverpool ahead, only for Son Heung-Min to equalize 16 minutes from time.

Klopp told reporters, “I have no clue what his [referee Paul Tierney’s] issue with me is.” “I was a little more emotional throughout the game, yet he gets me a yellow card, which is not permitted in this situation?” He approaches me and issues a yellow card, but I would have liked to make the correct judgments on the field.

“Let’s start with Robbo,” says the narrator. We’ve seen it again, and certainly, a red card is appropriate. It isn’t the toughest, but it’s also not the wisest. He’s a wonderful kid, but he got a little carried away.

“However, here is confirmation that the VAR was present today.” We had assumed he wouldn’t be in his office because of the two earlier incidents, but I believe we can all agree that Harry Kane should have received a red card and didn’t.

“That is an obvious, unmistakable red card.” In most cases, you can’t see it well or anything, but in this case, Andy Robertson’s leg is fractured if his foot is still on the ground. That is something I believe we can all agree on. Fortunately, it was in the air for both of them. The ref perceived it differently, but it was still a red card.

“Mr. Tierney informed me he felt Diogo Jota halted on purpose in the penalty scenario. He was determined to get it. This is a highly unique vision if you look back on the incident. It was a spur-of-the-moment choice. I’m not sure whether he was expecting it or not.

“How is he able to respond so quickly? It was an obvious penalty, but he didn’t believe it was one. Wow. That’s two bad choices and one good one, in my opinion. We’re up against all three of them.”

Despite stressing that he was delighted for Sunday’s game to go ahead despite four positive COVID-19 instances that forced Thiago Alcantara, Fabinho, Virgil van Dijk, and Curtis Jones to miss out, Klopp asked the Premier League to be consistent in selecting which matches go ahead during the holiday season.

“We communicate with the Premier League and inform them of our issues,” Klopp said. “We had three instances in the first instance.” Thiago was then positive two days later. According to the Premier League, these are the greatest statistics in the league.

“I witnessed Arsenal and Chelsea play, and they both seem to have their starting lineups on the field.” That isn’t precisely the same for us.

“With four players yesterday, there was no prospect of canceling a game, and we had no intention of doing so.” It’s a challenge. It’s quite difficult.

“In the second half, they seemed to be in better shape than we were. It’s a tumultuous time. We must ensure that we all have the same prospects and are in essentially the same circumstance. I realize how tough it is at the time.”

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was left furious at referee Michael Oliver after his side were denied a late penalty in their 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur. Reference: harry kane stats.

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