‘Clear and obvious phrases are a real problem’ – Jurgen Klopp on Sanchez challenge

Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool deserve three points after a 2-0 win over Brighton, which lifted them within touching distance of Manchester City at the top of the table. Premier League.

The Seagulls fought off two goals behind to force a draw at Anfield in October but failed to kick off a similar comeback this time around.

Luis Diaz opened the account for Liverpool with a header that saw him receive a heavy blow from goalkeeper Robert Sanchez in the process. However, a VAR review later ruled that no red card was given to the goalkeeper.

Mohamed Salah’s second-half penalty sent the game ahead of the home side, as the Egyptian striker scored 20 goals per season for the fourth time in five years at the Merseyside club.

“(It was a) tough game, good opponents, a few minutes to get in. Right from the start, we controlled it really well,” said Klopp.

“I don’t think you can deny Brighton continuously and purely because of the quality they have, but we tried really well and scored a great goal in a really good situation, could have scored. more, good opportunities from open or counter-attacking situations. -There are moments, so both.

“The second half started with a good situation for Brighton but then we were in control, scored the second, then in the last two minutes they had a huge chance but Ali (Alisson Becker) is a class keeper. world, and he shouldn’t have shown it in every game, but he showed it again. That’s good and that’s why we keep a clean sheet.

“I think we deserved the three points and that’s really all I care about and I’m happy about most things.”

Diaz was fortunate to be able to get up and continue on the pitch after the goal, but Klopp believes it highlights problems with the review system.

“I haven’t reviewed it yet but it’s a very good example of the problems with VAR. The phrase ‘clear and obvious’ is a real problem,” continued the Liverpool boss.

“Because the phrase ‘obvious and obvious’ is neither wrong nor true – no one should feel like debunking someone if VAR is a group of references and not someone from the outside who thinks he can. make it difficult for the referrer because it’s his decision … it will help as well.

“There is a lot of work to be done for us today, (a) great goals but overall there is a lot of room for improvement, for sure.”

Brighton’s poor form continued as they lost their fifth consecutive game – and they have failed to add to their poor tally of goals in the last five.

When asked about the Salah-Diaz incident, Brighton coach Graham Potter said: “I haven’t reviewed it, my opinion or feeling really – because it was so fast – it was a routine act. Liverpool’s head and it was a great pass and a great run that was too good for us and we got it wrong and then when that happened it was a foul. ”

Of the match itself, he added: “I think we reacted in the second half and started again, had a game, but the quality of the opponent was high, we found ourselves 2nd down. -0 with a penalty.

“I didn’t think there was too much going on in the game at the time, but then we had to respond and I think we did.

“I think we finished the game really strong, the boys gave it all – just better opponents.”

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