December 2, 2021

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Video Klopp criticizes referees' decisions: How can this not be considered a mistake?

Video Klopp criticizes referees’ decisions: How can this not be considered a mistake?

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp and West Ham manager David Moyes Source: SITA / AP / Ian Walton

LONDON – Liverpool’s Liverpool Los Angeles streak stopped at 25th. West Ham United took care of it on Sunday with a 3:2 home victory in Round 11 duel. The Reds did not score for the first time this season and fell to fourth in the table behind the winner. They lost four points to the Chelsea leader.

Liverpool set the record for breaking the record without losing, but in the end only equaled the 25-match goal, which had previously been set by the great coach Bob Paisley in 1982. The uncertain performance of goalkeeper Alisson Becker also contributed to this. He hit his own goal in the first goal and did not support the team during the decisive interventions of Pablo Fornals and Kurt Zoom within seven minutes of the second half.

After that, Divock Origi only mitigated Liverpool’s loss, with Trent Alexander-Arnold introducing himself in the first part with an export goal from behind the penalty area after a direct kick.

Disputed rulings

After the match, coach Jurgen Klopp criticized two decisions by referees that he said affected the course of the match. In the first goal in the fourth minute, he defended goalkeeper Alisona, who according to him was the victim of illegal interference in front of the “Patriots” after Angel Ogbono jumped home. “Alison is clearly wrong for me. When you look at the dynamics of the situation, how can it not be considered wrong?” asked the German coach after the match.

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He also didn’t like the fact that “Hammerhead” Aaron Cresswell didn’t receive a red card for his first tackle on Jordan Henderson. “We don’t even have to discuss it, it was supposed to be a clear disqualification in my view. He can’t get into a fight like that.” Klopp was furious, feeling his team had more in London: “In the first half we completely controlled the match and in the second half we were able to take possession of the break and the benchmark. It seemed that we lost patience, and we had to continue practicing before the break.”

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Source: SITA / AP / Ian Walton

West Ham pulls out a seven-game streak without losing

Liverpool last lost a competitive match in early April in the Champions League quarter-final at Real Madrid. And he went out empty-handed in the Premier League for the first time since March, when he lost dramatically to Fulham at home. West Ham are currently dragging a seven-game streak unbeaten, and have won the league four times in a row and are only three points behind first-choice Chelsea. Tahsin could attack sixth place last year.

“I want us to be competitors and be able to torture each of the top four teams, no matter who they are. Today we did it, even though the opponent had very few weaknesses. I have to praise the players, they deserve it,” West Ham coach David Moyes, who was able to beat fellow coach Klopp at the eighth attempt, was quoted by the Associated Press.

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