Liverpool to avoid punishment for selectively clearing snowy pitch vs. Leicester


Liverpool - Jurgen Klopp refused to be down-hearted despite his annoyance at being denied a strong second-half penalty claim in Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Leicester at Anfield on Wednesday.

It meant Jurgen Klopp's side missed a glorious opportunity to go seven points ahead of Manchester City, following their 2-1 defeat at Newcaste United 24 hours earlier.

Jürgen Klopp has responded to Kyle Walker trolling Liverpool on Twitter by insisting it is unacceptable to mock fellow professionals for dropping points.

"I've never celebrated when another team has dropped points or lost a game, it's not allowed".

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"That's how I understand sports".

"We had even commercial things going on around the pitch - next time, first of all, there will be no commercial if it is snowing, and we will have enough shovels to clear the pitch". The summer window was odd for City, as they spent just £61 million in total on just the one player, Riyad Mahrez, as clubs like Fulham and West Ham spent more than that.

"We have a point more than before". It was clear that our ground staff tried to clear it but they didn't have enough man power.

"City will just pass it around and play the same way they always do, so the extra games won't affect their philosophy". On Wednesday it created additional, unnecessary pressure for those in red and told those in blue they were doing a good job.

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"I hear people say it's unsporting, but it's an advantage, if their box is clear then it's better to defend".

City boss Pep Guardiola played down the significance of the tweet, saying: "I'm not concerned about the social media of the players, what they tweet or Instagram, or other social media. That's how it is, we can not change it".

Liverpool's next fixture is against West Ham on Monday night in the Premier League. "After that, any time, you will see".

And to give me a price of bigger than 5/1, I'll add in Shkodran Mustafi to get his seventh yellow of the campaign, with Arsenal likely to face wave after wave of attack and the pace of Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling in behind.

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True, Fulham will be buoyed by their midweek win over Brighton but we shouldn't forget that the Seagulls are poor on the road too and that a home win was expected - according to the betting - in that match, so it wasn't a huge surprise.