Jürgen Klopp accuses VAR of ‘hiding behind referee’ in West Ham defeat

Jürgen Klopp accuses VAR of ‘hiding behind referee’ in West Ham defeat

Liverpool manager, Jürgen Klopp has fired his disappointment at referee Craig Pawson, and his video assistant Stuart Attwell for the role they play during Liverpool’s  3-2 defeat against Westham.

Westham leapfrogged Liverpool to third after a mouthwatering game at the London Stadium. According to Klopp, the decision not to send off Aaron Cresswell for his challenge on Jordan Henderson, and not awarding Allison a foul defined the game.Information Guide Nigeria

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“It was a clear foul on Alisson,” Klopp said. “When you see the dynamic of the whole situation, how close they [Ogbonna and Alisson] are to each other, how can that not be a foul? The decision is really strange.”

“It’s a clear red card,” Klopp said. “Yes he [Cresswell] touched the ball but if it’s a reckless challenge it doesn’t matter if you touch the ball. You cannot get high up like that. There are too many things where it is ‘let’s see what VAR is saying’ and we have a problem with clear and obvious mistakes because whoever we have for VAR hides behind referees. This was a big problem for us today.”JAMB Result

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