The Black Shirts organization admits they made a mistake in not allowing Diaz a goal. Klopp complains and apologizes but it doesn’t help.
The English Referee Organization (PGMOL) came out to admit after the game that Liverpool lost to Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 in the Premier League on September 30, with the Reds remaining with 9 players due to Curtis Jone. and Diogo Jota were sent off by a red card. There was a referee’s mistake in not allowing Luis Diaz’s goal while the game was still 0-0, with VAR only considering a moment before deciding it was offside. Even though there is no offside line on the สมัคร ufabet graphics.
PGMOL’s statement said it accepts serious human error. and will investigate this matter fully. Diaz’s goal, which was ruled offside by the referee, should have been ruled a goal by VAR, but VAR did not dispute this.
As for Jurgen Klopp, the Reds manager Said after the game: The team’s defeat occurred in extremely unfair circumstances. And it comes from many incredible verdicts. Especially goals that should not have been offside. Because the moment when Mohamed Salah played the ball to Diaz was not offside. The committee considered the wrong timing.
As for PGMOL’s statement, Klopp said: It doesn’t help the situation get better. at the beginning of the season The organization had previously issued a statement apologizing to Wolverhampton for not taking a penalty against Manchester United, but did not receive any points from that game. The same goes for Liverpool, who probably won’t get any points from this game after the statement as well.
Klopp continued: I believe that no one intentionally made a mistake. But it happened and I don’t understand why. Even though we scored a very beautiful goal. And that ball should change the game.