Jurgen Klopp believes Chris Kavanagh’s decision to award Everton a second-half penalty at Anfield was the wrong one. Klopp said questions over whether he thought it was a penalty were “unfair” as he disagreed with the call to hand Everton the spot-kick.
Jurgen Klopp said: “I really think it is unfair to ask me because everybody asks me that question, so it means everybody thinks it was not a penalty. But that is not really important because the referee thought it was a penalty. So I wanted to talk to him after the first few interviews I had but he left already. I just wanted to ask what did he see because when the VAR calls you over to the sideline then I think he is in doubt about the decision. But he needed only a second [to decide]. So he went there, had a look and give a penalty, so he obviously saw something other people didn’t see. I haven’t seen it back yet but everyone who speaks to me tells me the same. How can it be a penalty? So…”
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