Jurgen Klopp was left annoyed after VAR appeared to fail Liverpool as soon as once more throughout their 2-1 victory over Sheffield United on Saturday.
The Reds have been compelled to come back from behind after Fabinho’s foul on Oli McBurnie was upgraded from a free-kick to a penalty within the early levels of the sport.
Nevertheless, it’s understood that whereas video assistant Andre Marriner checked the place the incident happened, the official didn’t take a look at whether or not a foul was dedicated – which proved contentious in itself.
The controversy comes after Liverpool wrote to Premier League for an evidence of two referrals by David Coote within the Merseyside derby.
“We have been 1-Zero down with a penalty which isn’t even a foul – that’s onerous to take,” Klopp informed talkSPORT.
“After all, one workforce will get confidence, the opposite workforce thinks, ‘Oh my God, once more!’
“Earlier than the penalty, we performed tremendous soccer, precisely like you must play in opposition to Sheffield United.
“After the penalty, we misplaced a little bit little bit of endurance, we wished to go too early.”
Regardless of Sander Berge’s penalty, Liverpool returned to profitable methods within the Premier League because of targets from Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota.
Klopp was impressed by the moment affect of Jota, who joined the Reds from Wolves in a £40m deal final month.
The Liverpool supervisor added: “It’s actually powerful, three days after Ajax, going on the market once more.
“Diogo was barely brisker and I actually favored his recreation.
“You may see he’s a menace on the bottom and within the air, he retains the ball, has the pace, all that stuff.
“You know the way lengthy gamers want to slot in our workforce, and the truth that he’s already that shut says loads about his high quality.”