Jurgen Klopp was not a happy bunny at the end of Liverpool’s game at the San Paolo against Napoli as the Reds look to retain the Champions League title.
Jose Callejon hit the deck in the second half, after Andy Robertson left an outstretched leg near him, and the Spaniard won his team a penalty.
The replays make the situation look even worse, to me – but it can be understood that the referee didn’t have the best view of the incident as it happened.
Which is why VAR exists. It’s just a shame that the match officials felt they were confident this time around.
Watch the video of Klopp complaining about the decision, and general chat about the game, below (via BT Sport):
"I don't think it's a penalty."
"What can I say? Callejon jumps before there is contact."
Jurgen Klopp accepts the result but he's not happy with the decision that put his side behind 👀
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 17, 2019