(Video) Alisson sent a pointed message to John Brooks during Liverpool’s draw on Saturday

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Alisson sent a pointed message to John Brooks during Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Aston Villa on Saturday.

The referee was in the spotlight for the wrong reasons after he somehow failed to show a red card to Tyrone Mings for clearly booting Cody Gakpo in the torso shortly before half-time, the official instead deeming yellow to be punishment enough.

The Reds goalkeeper was understandably furious and, with lengthy scars visible on the Dutchman as he removed his shirt to show the damage, he imitated a kicking motion to show Brooks what the Villa defender had done.

Quite simply, the officials had a shocker over that incident yesterday, and it shouldn’t have taken the Liverpool players forcibly making their point for them to see that Mings had to be sent off for a horrific foul.

You can catch the clip of Alisson gesturing to Brooks below, taken from Match of the Day on BBC and shared via @ScouseCommie on Twitter:


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  1. Brooks should have not been allowed to officiate at the Liverpool game in mind of the altercation with Klopp.

    He (Brooks) clearly has the hump and suggests that Klopp in right in “some” referees being very biased

  2. You see how ridiculous these English FA and referees can be ,looking at what happened to Gapko yesterday ,you asked yourself are these people really serious,are they to protect players from this reckless tackles or want to introduce Karate in the game by not sanctioning players severely for such life threatening tackles and only to encourage them to see nothing wrong with this tackle by giving them a mild punishment which is just a mere yellow card, when coaches want to protect their players by complaining about these errands referees, they are rather sanctioned for criticizing these mediocrity referees,it is high time these teams rise against this unfair treatment

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