Jurgen Klopp: Harry Kane tackle on Andrew Robertson 100 per cent red card | What is Paul Tierney’s problem with me? | Football News

Jurgen Klopp and Sky Sports pundits were baffled after Harry Kane’s interference was not promoted to a red card before Andrew Robertson was sent off in a subsequent challenge in Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

Robertson was the receiving end of Kane’s stud challenge in the first half, but after a quick check play continued as only the Tottenham striker received a yellow card.

In a breathless match Super SundayRobertson then put Liverpool 2-1 ahead in the second half, but just three minutes after Heung-Min Son’s equalizer, he saw red for his kick through Emerson Royal.

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The VAR instructed referee Paul Tierney to review Robertson’s challenge, and Klopp could not understand why he had not intervened in the previous intervention from Kane, which the Liverpool boss claimed could have been a broken leg.

Klopp: Where was the VAR technology?

Jurgen Klopp, who received a yellow card from Tierney in the first half for his protests, was puzzled by the VAR’s lack of intervention, and concluded that the referee might have a problem with him.

Klopp was heard telling Tierney after the match: “I don’t have any problems with the referees – just you.”

“Obviously there were many other things that were influential in this match, but some of those questions are better to ask Mr. Tierney,” the Liverpool boss told Sky Sports.

Asked if Kane’s penalty should be stronger, Klopp said: “Sure, stronger. We can give Robbo a red card, it’s not the smartest challenge in his life. But this is definitely a red card, there’s no doubt about that. So we have the VAR. Sitting there, he looks back at Robo’s situation. Well, that’s what he’s there for. What did he do in Kane’s situation?

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Jimmy Redknapp felt Harry Kane was very lucky to escape a red card for his challenge on Liverpool’s Andy Robertson.

“And the penalty kick situation with Diogo Jota. Mr. Tierney told me he thinks Diogo stops on purpose because he wants the foul. If you want to shoot you have to stop because you can’t run and shoot at the same moment. You played football yourself in the past. When you see The situation again, where does it stop? I don’t get it.

“But it’s okay, the draw is good, we’re not so crazy that we don’t think we can’t equalize at Tottenham, but these are crucial and decisive situations. It’s a great pass from Naby Keita and then someone really finished the situation in football, in the legal way. The referee and the system of governance. The video assistant doesn’t say a word. I really have no idea what his problem is with me. Honestly, I have no idea.”

Klopp also said in his post-match press conference: “We can accept Robertson’s red card. This is the evidence that the VAR was there today, because before that we thought he might not be in his office. Because the other two cases, Harry Kane should have seen a red card.” And he didn’t.

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Andrew Robertson has been sent off for challenging Emerson Royal

“It was a very quick decision from the referee, I’m not sure if he’s ready for that, how can you tell that quickly? Wow. That’s obviously two wrong decisions for him, and one right.” [Robertson’s red]The three are against us.

“I have no idea why. You have to ask the VAR. That’s a perfectly clear 100 per cent red card. Sometimes you can’t see it clearly or anything else, but in this case, if Robertson’s foot is still on the ground His leg is broken. The reference saw it differently.”

Kara: The “clear and clear” problem

Should Harry Kane have the red seed to face Andrew Robertson?
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Should Harry Kane have the red seed to face Andrew Robertson?

Sky Sports Jamie Carragher called Jota’s foul a “blatant penalty” and agreed with fellow critic Jimmy Redknapp that Kane “should have been sent off”.

“Last season, it was like people were getting a penalty for a little touch on the ankle and saying ‘contact,’” said Carragher. “Fortunately we got away from that, but now we are at the point where you are almost thinking ‘what is the point of a referee’? Video plugin? ‘. People are complaining about the VAR [the problem] He is the one who controls the video assistant referee.

“‘Clear and clear’ has become a real problem. They say they don’t want to use VAR for referee games. But that goes back only 10 years when there was no referee. The situations when they make the wrong decisions – and that was huge.”

Reviewing the mistake made on Jota, Redknapp complained: “It’s a horrific decision. It’s crossed. It’s a bad decision, it’s a joke decision.”

Redknapp was equally adamant that Kane should have been sent off for his foul on Robertson.

“It was reckless and out of control,” Redknapp said. “It was a red card. If Robertson’s leg was on the ground, Kane could have hit his leg.

“Sometimes reputation can help, for being the captain of the England national team. I think that helped you a lot. He got on the ball, it was loud and he was lucky.”

Kane received a yellow card for the interference, as the VAR refused to advise Tierney to review his decision.

“What I don’t understand is the terminology used,” Carragher added. “The only thing you can say [in Kane’s defence] He grabbed it right above the shoe. But the actual terms for VAR technology were “velocity and intensity”. But Kane was running in the ball and rushed! It couldn’t be slower, so that was nonsense.”

Kane: It wasn’t a red card

Harry Kane celebrates scoring a goal between Tottenham and Liverpool
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Kane celebrates scoring the opening goal before saving Robertson

Meanwhile, Kane denied he deserved a red card and claimed he got the ball in his tackle on Robertson.

Asked if he was worried about being sent off, Kane told Sky Sports: “No, definitely not. I thought it was a strong tackle but I won the ball, although I didn’t watch it again.

“When you play against big teams and you fight for points, there will be strong interventions. They checked it and it stayed as a yellow card and we move on.

“I didn’t feel like it [a red card] And Andy Robertson said I grabbed his foot. When things slow down in football, they make it look worse than it is. But that’s why VAR technology exists.”

Conte: I didn’t see her…but Salah dealt with her

Tottenham coach Antonio Conte:

“I didn’t see Robertson’s position with Kane. I didn’t see the possibility of a penalty. The staff told me the second goal was a clear handball. I don’t think it’s right to comment on the refereeing decisions after that. Match… I don’t know if Jürgen wants to comment.” On this, but I can tell you my crew told me it was incredible, not to dismiss him, because there was such a clear handball from Salah.

“But the match was an exciting game, there were great emotions from the people. I don’t like to talk about refereeing decisions at the end.”

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