Jurgen Klopp accuses Brentford of 'stretching the rules' & bemoans Bryan Mbeumo goal

From Gtech Community Stadium – Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp has actually struck out at referee Stuart Atwell’s choice to enable Bryan Mbeumo’s objective in the Reds’ 3-1 loss at Brentford on Monday, while he likewise specified that the Bees understand how to ‘extend the guidelines’.

An own objective from Ibrahima Konate and a header from Yoane Wissa saw Brentford go 2-0 up, prior to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pulled one back simply after half-time.

Despite Liverpool’s 73% ownership, they were not able to sculpt the hosts open, and Mbeumo sealed the win on the counter in the last 5 minutes.

However, the Reds raged that this objective was enabled to stand as he had actually won a physical battle with the towering Konate ahead of time.

Speaking to journalism post-match, Klopp declared that Wissa’s objective successfully eliminated the video game anyhow, however Mbeumo’s need to have been chalked off regardless.

“In the moment where you try to settle in a game, we concede a third goal which should have been disallowed,” he stated.

“It’s a full throttle sprint from two players and when you get a push in this moment, you lose balance and go down. It’s a little situation in a little way but Stuart Atwell saw it differently and VAR who checked it, they hide in these moments behind the phrase ‘it’s not clear and obvious’.

“So the 2nd objective chose the video game, 3rd objective should not have actually been enabled and we need to have played much better.”

Klopp was also quick to praise the job Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has done, though did not that they use a number of illegal manoeuvres when attacking set pieces.

“When I state they extend the guidelines on offending set pieces, do not get me incorrect, it’s clever. But they do,” he stated.

“If you single out all the circumstances, you would see 5 fouls. But since it’s so disorderly, no one sees it in the end. It’s great. It’s actually, actually great.”

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