SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, “Get rid of VAR now” Jurgen Klopp has made a hilarious jab at PLVAR. “They should find a way to explain to me that it was not handball” Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp took a hilarious dig at former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher after their draw against Arsenal. He said “I didn’t see it in the game, I saw it after the game. I think we all agree of course (it’s) handball. But I wait. I always wait until Mr. Dermot (Gallagher) explains it (to) me the next day, what’s really the case. He will find a way to explain to me that it was not handball. I don’t know. For me, it’s a clear handball. I have no idea if it would influence the result or not. I don’t even know exactly when it was because I only saw it after the game and not in the game.”


Following Liverpool’s draw with Arsenal, manager Jurgen Klopp made a hilarious jab at former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher. Gunners captain Martin Odegaard appeared to have handled the ball inside the box, depriving the Reds of what would have been a penalty.At Anfield, Liverpool overcame a goal deficit to hold Arsenal to a 1-1 draw after Mohamed Salah negated Gabriel Magalhães’ early goal.

Martin Odegaard’s handling of the ball inside the box, which prevented Mohamed Salah from scoring, was a major talking point during the game. Many have scrutinised referee Chris Kavanagh’s decision not to award a penalty there.After the match, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp made a playful jab at former referee Dermot Gallagher, who now hosts the weekly Ref Watch segment on Sky Sports News.Gallagher will find a way, Klopp insisted, to demonstrate that it was not a penalty. The Liverpool Echo cited the Reds manager as saying to the media:

“I saw it after the game; I didn’t see it during the game. Naturally, I believe we can all agree that it’s handball. I wait, though. I always wait until the following day, when Mr. Dermot Gallagher, tells me the truth. He’ll figure out a way to tell me it wasn’t handball. I’m not sure. It looks like a handball to me. I’m not sure if that would have an impact on the outcome. I only noticed it after the game, not during it, so I’m not even sure when it was.”

Pundit says Arsenal should have been awarded a penalty after Liverpool star’s clumsy challenge in Premier League match Stephen Warnock, a former Liverpool defender, claimed that Arsenal should have been awarded a penalty in their 1-1 draw against the Reds on Saturday, December 23. According to Warnock, Trent Alexander-Arnold appeared to bring down Kai Havertz inside the penalty box in the 81st minute, which could have resulted in a penalty. The on-field referee, Chris Kavanagh, waved play on, and VAR did not overturn the decision after review. Warnock said on BBC Radio 5 Live that it was a clumsy challenge and should have resulted in a spot kick.

“They have been given to me. Trent Alexander-Arnold’s challenge is extremely peculiar because he nearly pushes Havertz in the back. He falls, and I find Alexander-Arnold’s challenge to be pretty awkward.”
After a draw with Jurgen Klopp’s team at Anfield, Arsenal is still atop the table and will play West Ham United on 28 December. Meanwhile, Burnley will play Liverpool on Boxing Day.

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