Liverpool vs Tottenham – Everyone present at the news conference undoubtedly believes Curtis received a red card, but I played football while you didn’t, Klopp remarked. “It looks terrible when you watch it in slow motion, but it doesn’t appear that horrible when you watch it in real time.

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Although we assess the game slowly, it is played in real time. We still probably wouldn’t agree on many things if they didn’t employ slow motion.

“Curtis was nowhere near committing the act knowingly. We are not a squad that kicks.

How did Jota earn two yellow cards in this game and still leave the field? He barely touched him at all because it was obviously not his fault.


The issue is with that. We have a ton of stuff. When was the last time you heard of an 11 vs. 9 game? And the score was almost 11 to 8! There were no egregious errors.

“We weren’t kicking players or anything like that. It was a really heated game that the males played, and we battled fiercely.

“Ultimately, we received nothing. The performance will live on long after the outcome has been forgotten. I admired our passion and approach.

Here, I learned a lot more about my organization than if we had succeeded. Please don’t assume we learned nothing from this.


Additionally, Liverpool had a Luis Daz goal controversially disallowed for offside when the score was 0-0; PGMOL subsequently acknowledged that the judgment was erroneous owing to “significant human error.”

I’ve never witnessed a game with such outrageous judgments and the most unjust conditions, said Klopp to Sky Sports.

Jol Matip’s own goal in stoppage time gave Tottenham the victory after Cody Gakpo had previously cancelled out Son Heung-min’s first-half goal.

Gakpo injured his knee just before scoring Liverpool’s goal, according to Klopp, and might now be facing a period of rest.

Cody was hurt, according to Klopp. He is hobbling along the hallway while wearing a brace. We may have lost a third man to injury after losing two players to suspension. Really terrible. It’s a situation we must manage.

After being fouled and receiving a score (injury), Cody attempted the shot and felt it even more.

Liverpool vs tottenham

Joel Matip’s last-second own goal put an end to Liverpool’s fightback, and Tottenham denied a goal that the referees’ body conceded should have been allowed to stand as the visitors earned a contentious 2-1 victory against nine-man Liverpool.

Ange Postecoglou’s team broke Liverpool’s undefeated start to the Premier League season and extended its own thanks to the thrilling conclusion in north London as Liverpool had Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota sent off.

Son Heung-min gave Tottenham the lead, Cody Gakpo matched it before halftime, and the team was reduced to nine men after the break when Jota was sent off.

Just seconds before the end, Matip unintentionally turned Pedro Porro’s cross into his own goal, giving Liverpool hope that they would hang out against all odds.


Tottenham finally had a rare victory against Liverpool after a miserable record of just one victory in 23 matches with the Reds in all competitions.

Tottenham’s victory over Liverpool was their first since that year, when they were temporarily residing at Wembley.

After Manchester City’s unexpected loss against Wolves earlier on Saturday, Postecoglou’s team passed Liverpool to take second position, trailing the champions by only one point.

Liverpool is one point behind Tottenham in fourth position after losing for the first time in nine games in all competitions.

Just 90 seconds after the Portugal striker received a booking for clipping the same opponent, Jota was unnecessarily sent out after 69 minutes for a sliding challenge on Destiny Udogie.

Tottenham persisted in pressing Liverpool’s hulking defense, and six minutes into stoppage time, it was rewarded.

Matip attempted to stop Porro’s low cross, but his outstretched leg pushed the ball past Alisson, setting off raucous Tottenham celebrations.


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