Klopp’s comments about Red Mane’s Card and Sympathy to Ederson
Liverpool manager, Juergen Klopp, discussed Sadio Mane’s red card when his side lost 0-5 to Manchester City in the Premier League party at Etihad Stadium on Saturday (9/9/2017).
Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane scored two goals apiece for The Citizens’ beralas team. Another one comes from the slack of Sergio Aguero.
Liverpool’s defeat was not separated from the expulsion of Sadio Mane after breaking Ederson Moraes in the 37th minute.
When performing a duel, Mane is considered lifting the legs too high so that the head of Ederson.
According to Klopp, the incident is a misfortune for Mane.
“It was an accident, the goalkeeper tried to get out of the area, while Mane chased the ball,” Klopp said as quoted by the BBC.
“I told the fourth official that it was not a red card but I did not have the strength to protest because the referee almost drove me to the tribune,” said the tactician.
Despite expressing his disagreement with referee Jonathan Moss’s decision, Klopp still throws his sympathy to Ederson.
As a result of the incident with Mane, the goalkeeper had to leave the field with a guided by the medical team.
“Hopefully Ederson’s injury is not serious,” Klopp said.