“Is this foul? Did you drink?, Van Dyke Furious at Judge ‘Full of Misjudgment’

Liverpool tied Arsenal 1-1 in the 18th round of the 2023-24 Premier League held at Anfield in Liverpool, England at 2:30 a.m. on Monday (Korea time). Liverpool ranked second with 39 points and Arsenal maintained the top position with 40 points.

It was a tight first half. In the fourth minute of the first half, Gabriel Magalangis scored with a header off a free-kick from Martin Odegaard. Later, VAR was conducted, but the score was recognized as no major problem. 파워볼실시간

Liverpool also did not stay put. In the 29th minute, Mohamed Salah caught a long ball from Trent Alexander Arnold and balanced the match with a powerful shot. So the first half ended with a 1-1 draw.

Both teams, which needed to win in order to compete for the lead, were also actively engaged in attack in the second half. Joe Gomez, who received a pass from Luis Díaz, connected it with a shot but it was slightly off. Liverpool also swallowed their regret by hitting both Harvey Elliott and Arnold’s shots on the crossbar in the 26th and 27th minutes of the second half, respectively. As a result, the game ended with a 1-1 draw without additional points.

Apart from the results of the match, there were some areas of attention. It was the decision of the referee Kavanagh, who oversaw the match on this day. Typically, in the 19th minute of the first half, the ball was converted after being hit by Odegaard’s hand in a free kick situation for Liverpool, but VAR was not conducted, and there were many other questions in the judgment of minor fouls.

Liverpool captain Van Dijk also seems to have been dissatisfied with the decision throughout the game. Talk Sports in the U.K. reported that Van Dijk complained to the referee, asking if he had drunk after the referee ruled that he had committed a foul on Gabriel Jeju Island. According to the media, Van Dijk made a direct statement to the referee and a gesture to bring a cup to his mouth.

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