Jurgen Klopp believes the penalty awarded to Everton didn’t have an effect on the result of the sport at Anfield.
Liverpool suffered a fourth straight Premier League defeat as they have been crushed 2-Zero by their rivals on Saturday. It’s additionally the Reds’ fourth residence league defeat on the bounce.
It was additionally the primary time Everton gained at Anfield in 22 years however the recreation didn’t move with out controversy.
Richarlison gave the Toffees an early lead earlier than Gylfi Sigurdsson doubled their benefit from the spot with eight minutes to go.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin was adjudged to have been introduced down by Trent Alexander-Arnold within the field.
Referee Chris Kavanagh was requested by VAR to have a look at the pitchside monitor, however the official took only a few seconds to determine he had made the proper determination.
On the penalty determination, Klopp informed talkSPORT: “It’s not too cool as a result of if I point out the penalty you understand what sort of tales you and your colleagues will make of it.
“It’s a state of affairs while you look again the ref determined it. If the VAR calls you to the display he has an apparent doubt. He didn’t take lengthy to stay to his determination and I can’t touch upon that.
“I’m not precisely positive what he noticed, you’ll need to ask him. If he didn’t give the penalty we lose 1-0. It’s not on me to level the finger at another person.
“We have now to maintain taking part in, we now have to maintain working, preventing and we will certainly. We have now to vary the fortunes and that’s the job now.”
Kavanagh’s a cursory look on the pitch facet monitor and caught to his unique determination raised a couple of eyebrows. The pattern this season has been for the referees to vary their determination as soon as instructed to take a look at an incident once more.
Former Liverpool midfielder Steve McMahon believes that the official didn’t deal with issues properly.
“What they’re saying to him is principally ‘take a look and see in the event you can change your thoughts’. What they’re saying is that they don’t assume it’s a penalty,” McMahon informed talkSPORT after the ultimate whistle at Anfield.
“He goes over and glances at it and goes ‘no, I’ve given a penalty. I imagine it’s a penalty’.
“Then if he believes it’s a penalty, he then ought to take the following motion, which I feel is ludicrous, in sending him off.
“I don’t advocate sending folks off but when he’s given a penalty he then should do the second factor by sending him off.
“He hasn’t taken discover of this monitor. That’s what it’s there for. VAR is failing in a number of methods.”