Liverpool’s match with Arsenal has an unpleasant ending. Jürgen Klopp’s wing-back Andrew Robertson got into a cross with assistant referee Constantine Hatzidakis, who swung his elbow at him.
The Premier League is dealing with a huge scandal. Arsenal shocked Anfield with two goals in the first half-hour in Sunday’s round robin showpiece, but Liverpool managed to level a frantic game and even went within touching distance of victory in the final minutes. This puts Manchester City back in the title fight.
But the match has an unpleasant ending. Because before the half-time break, there was a controversial situation between full-back Andrew Robertson and assistant referee Constantine Hatzidakis.
Liverpool reduced the deficit with a goal from Mohamed Salah before going into the cabins and all hell broke loose in the stadium. The aforementioned incident occurred after the whistle to end the first act.
Robertson confronted Hatzidakis and he elbowed him.
Jürgen Klopp’s full-back got so angry that he had to be calmed down by his teammates and the situation on the pitch had to be ironed out by coach Klopp.
The controversial situation is already being dealt with by PGMOL, the company responsible for refereeing in British football.
“PGMOL is aware of an incident involving assistant referee Constantine Hatzidakis and Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson at half-time during Liverpool’s match against Arsenal at Anfield. We will investigate the whole matter,” the official statement said , according to The Sun.
Source: Premier League, The Sun, Twitter account – DreAnyWeather Sports
NHL7 days ago
Jonathan Quick recorded his 60th clean sheet in the NHL regular season
Champions League3 days ago
PSG equalise with a special penalty in stoppage time, Dortmund and Barcelona are certain to progress
Champions League4 days ago
PSG ultras attacked a bar with Newcastle fans in Paris. Flares and chairs flew
Champions League2 days ago
Pioli still has confidence in the American owner of AC Milan. Who is to blame for the Rossoneri’s current crisis?