Liverpool news Jurgen Klopp hits back at Liverpool criticism over West Brom goal MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Liverpool beat West Brom 2-1 at The Hawthorns and Jurgen Klopp said he was unimpressed with some of the officiating on display
Breaking News ! Jurgen Klopp declared himself "absolutely fine" with the nature of Liverpool's equaliser in their 2-1 win over West Brom. After Hal Robson-Kanu had given the hosts the lead, Mohamed Salah responded for the Reds with his 31st goal of the season. The goal, however, came under scrutiny after referee, Mike Dean, had awarded a free-kick to the visitors on the halfway line after the official had got in the way of Fabinho. Under official rules, play should not have been stopped as Dean had not touched the ball, which led some to criticise the decision and the subsequent leveller from Liverpool. Sign up to our free LFC email newsletter Get all the latest Liverpool breaking news, team news, transfer rumours, injury updates plus analysis of what's next for the Reds. You'll also get the latest transfer talk and analysis straight to your inbox every day with our FREE email newsletter. Sign up here - it only takes a few seconds! Klopp, though, was unimpressed with the amount of free-kicks that went the way of Sam Allardyce's Baggies and said he was perfectly content with how his team got themselves back into the game. "I didn't think for a second that anything went in our direction," Klopp said.
." Alisson Becker's stoppage-time winner keeps alive Liverpool's hopes of a top-four finish with Chelsea and Leicester set to meet on Tuesday night. The Reds are up to within a point of the Londoners who play the FA Cup winners at Stamford Bridge in a game that will have a huge bearing on who makes it into the Champions League spots.
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Liverpool meet Burnley on Wednesday night before finishing their Premier League season at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon in a game that will have 10,000 supporters in attendance. Klopp added: "How I said, I don't know if things have turned or not, we just want to keep going. We have to keep going. "We know how difficult Turf Moor will be without supporters, that's really one of the toughest places you can go to, so we have to be ready."
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