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Liverpool in serious trouble following VAR misunderstanding Against Arsenal.A miscommunication with the VAR has Liverpool in grave danger.Due to a misunderstanding involving the VAR, Liverpool is in critical peril.Liverpool could potentially incur a significant penalty, notwithstanding the PGMOL’s public apologies to the Reds regarding their contentious defeat to Tottenham on Sunday.

After Joel Matip’s stoppage-time own goal handed Spurs a 2-1 victory, the match concluded with Jurgen Klopp’s squad down to nine players.The PGMOL asserted that an injustice by virtue of “human error” disallowed an offside goal against Liverpool. This caused the supporters to become enraged.

 

The Liverpool Echo reports that PGMOL CEO Howard Webb issued an apology to the Merseyside team for the error upon its discovery.

 

Notwithstanding the sentiments of supporters who may believe they are entitled to more than an apology, the dismissals of Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota could potentially impose a significant financial penalty on Liverpool.This is due to the fact that Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Mohamed Salah, Peter Krawietz, Alexis MacAllister, and Alexis MacAllister were also granted bookings. The Reds are obligated to bear this penalty as a result of FA sanctions against clubs that accumulate five or more cautions in a single match.

 

 

 

Liverpool could potentially be held accountable for that, given that the existing penalty of £25,000 is imposed on teams that accumulate six or more cards in a single match.

 

Notwithstanding the fact that Liverpool has already lost four players to suspensions this season, manager Jurgen Klopp asserts that notwithstanding their most recent infractions,

 

The 56-year-old stated to reporters following his team’s loss to the Spurs, “It is crucial that no one begins to believe that we are a kicking team because we have received so many red cards.” No one stated, “Players are not kicked.””Regarding Alexis’s initial transgression, no red card was issued. According to my assessment, the second is a standard infraction. The Curtis dilemma is ranked third, and it is perplexing as to how many games feature 11-versus-9 lineups.

 

“It is an extremely rare occurrence, and we did not kick Tottenham players.” Attempting to participate,

 

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