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Jurgen Klopp accuses Brentford of ‘stretching the foundations’ & bemoans Bryan Mbeumo aim

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From Gtech Group Stadium – Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp has hit out at referee Stuart Atwell’s choice to permit Bryan Mbeumo’s aim within the Reds’ 3-1 loss at Brentford on Monday, whereas he additionally acknowledged that the Bees know how one can ‘stretch the foundations’.

An personal aim from Ibrahima Konate and a header from Yoane Wissa noticed Brentford go 2-0 up, earlier than Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pulled one again simply after half-time.

Regardless of Liverpool’s 73% possession, they have been unable to carve the hosts open, and Mbeumo sealed the win on the counter within the ultimate 5 minutes.

Nevertheless, the Reds have been livid that this aim was allowed to face as he had gained a bodily duel with the towering Konate beforehand.

Chatting with the press post-match, Klopp claimed that Wissa’s aim successfully killed the sport anyway, however Mbeumo’s ought to have been chalked off regardless.

“Within the second the place you attempt to settle in a sport, we concede a 3rd aim which ought to have been disallowed,” he mentioned.

“It is a full throttle dash from two gamers and if you get a push on this second, you lose steadiness and go down. It is a little bit scenario in a little bit manner however Stuart Atwell noticed it in another way and VAR who checked it, they cover in these moments behind the phrase ‘it is not clear and apparent’.

“So the second aim determined the sport, third aim should not have been allowed and we should always have performed higher.”

Klopp was additionally fast to reward the job Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has achieved, although didn’t that they use a lot of unlawful manoeuvres when attacking set items.

“After I say they stretch the foundations on offensive set items, do not get me mistaken, it is good. However they do,” he mentioned.

“Should you single out all of the conditions, you’d see 5 fouls. However as a result of it is so chaotic, no person sees it ultimately. It is good. It is actually, actually good.”

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