Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has shown glimpses of bitterness towards the decision to award rivals Manchester United with a game-winning free-kick during Sunday’s FA Cup tie.
After falling behind to an early Mo Salah opener, United rallied to come back to lead 2-1 before Salah doubled his tally to make the game 2-2 going into the game’s final 20-minutes.
However, in true United fashion, the game is not over until it’s over (and if you’re Brighton, it may not even be over then!)
Anyway – The Red Devils were awarded with a free-kick after defender Fabinho went straight through the back of striker Edinson Cavani.
Second-half substitute Bruno Fernandes stepped-up and converted the game’s winning goal expertly.
Speaking after the close encounter, Klopp has had his say on the decision.