Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool on wrong end of ANOTHER bad VAR call in victory over Sheffield United
Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool were on the wrong end of a poor VAR decision once again this evening as his side beat Sheffield United 2-1 at Anfield.
The Reds went behind to the Blades when Sander Berge converted from the penalty spot, after Fabinho was adjudged to have fouled Oli McBurnie.
Referee Mike Dean initially gave a free-kick, but the VAR upgraded that decision to a penalty - and Berge made no mistake.
The Premier League champions eventually rallied to win 2-1, with Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota scoring either side of half-time to preserve their long unbeaten run at Anfield.
And Klopp, when asked for his views on the penalty incident, replied simply: "No foul.
"It's now game six of the season and in three of them, we were on the wrong end of decisions.
"We don't want any advantage, we just don't want a disadvantage.
"The penalty gave Sheffield a boost, they couldn't get at us before then with all the quality they have.
"We lost patience, we scored in our best attack and adjusted a few things at half time. we scored the second goal, scored another which I don't know if it's offside or not, and so it stayed open.
"They had their moments but we defended well with a good heart and I'm delighted."