Liverpool have appealed towards the crimson card given to Curtis Jones at Tottenham, based on experiences.
Jones had been booked for a poor, clumsy problem that noticed his boot go over the ball and plant in Spurs midfielder Yves Bissouma’s shin.
Referee Simon Hooper was suggested to observe the problem again and, after reviewing it, upgraded the cardboard to crimson.
It has now been broadly reported that Liverpool have appealed the choice.
The problem, which got here within the twenty sixth minute of their 2-1 defeat in north London, has been hotly debated.
Former Spurs participant turned talkSPORT host, Jamie O’Hara, mentioned: “It is a stunning problem. A leg-breaker.”
Nevertheless, Sky Sports activities pundit Gary Neville took a unique view: “No, no, no. I do know once you’re doing somebody, I’ve achieved it myself, he wasn’t there to do somebody.
“They’re displaying the tip movement which appears unhealthy, however that is not the way it’s ended up there, his foot simply slipped off the ball. It isn’t a crimson card however he’ll get one and it’ll wreck the sport most likely.”
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