In Liverpool FC’s win over Manchester City, the Reds boss Jurgen Klopp got awarded a Red Card from the touchline after his appeal became take furious in the dying minutes of the match.
The German Coach was not happy with the referee’s decision of not to award a free-kick to his side when Bernardo Silva tackled Mohamed Salah at a good set-piece spot. The protest against the decision went far from the side of the German coach.
However, the ending decision was in favour of the Reds as the Merseyside club defeated the only unbeaten team in the league. In addition to that, they were successful in keeping the “Rampaging Erling Haaland” silent for the whole match.
Mohamed Salah found the back of the net for Jurgen Klopp’s side. After Alisson Becker made a great ball for the Egyptian attacker in reply to Kevin de Bruyne’s poor cross. We all are familiar with the brilliant chemistry between Mohamed Salah and Allison Becker, it was like seeing a flashback of Salah’s wonder goal against Manchester United last season.
Liverpool’s next match will be against West Ham United. And playing against the Hammers, they’ll have to play without Jurgen Klopp. We have already seen managers getting a red card in Premier League this season.
The win will surely increase the moral of the side as they crafted a win over of the best Premier League sides. When Luiz Diaz suffered an injury against Arsenal, it felt like they can suffer a huge blow against Pep Guardiola’s side. But we saw the exact opposite.
As Jurgen Klopp got a red card, let’s see the most infamous Red card incident of the season
And the most famous incident took place when Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte, both got sent off by the Referee in a 2-2 draw. The managers of the London clubs were indulged in a touchline Brawl.
Antonio Conte’s ban was lifted before Tottenham Hotspur’s next game. But Thomas Tuchel went on to miss the next two games of Chelsea. Although, he’s replaced by Former Brighton manager Graham Potter.