Sean Morrison seemed to have brought down Mohamed Salah in the box when the referee waved for a penalty. The referee has a split second decide whether to give a penalty or not.
But when you are the manager of the team comfortably 18th in the league table, you don’t have the comfort of ignoring anything. You can complain about the penalty, even if your own team can’t score a goal.
Neil Warnock, in proper Warnock fashion went on a rant about how unjust it was to be given a penalty against. Klopp has since come out in defence of his star.
“No doubt a penalty, he grabs him five or six times,”
Maybe Warnock needs a good pair of eyeglasses?
“The weather changed and made it much more intense. We knew we had to stay patient and do the right things.
“It was very dry on the pitch so passing was not very easy. The boys didn’t get frustrated, we had wonderful chances in the first half but we knew if we continued we would have chances.
“It was brilliant how we scored the goals.
“I only know about me and I didn’t feel it (the pressure) we have to do it like we do it. We cannot change it.
“The boys try really with all they have, we only speak about the things we have to do.
“Their attitude is outstanding and it’s a tough season but a very positive one as well.