His frustration is understandable. TAA shoved him into the boards. And Aguero keeps drifting to his side to pick up the ball. it’s left Sterling in no mans land.Sterling losing it on the left there, sometimes he reminds me of the old million dollar arm ten cent head adage
Agree, although that's what Liverpool does. They've defended very well and been typically clinical on the counter. They've gotten some breaks overall, and that's why it's a 3-nil score line. I mean, this has kind of been just how Klopp would have drawn it up, no?I don't even think Liverpool have been much better. 3-0 hugely flatters them on the balance of play. Pool have just done a better job of converting their threatening opportunities than City.
LOL. Other than the whiff on KDB’s perfect cross?Is this a Waldo question? He's on the bench now. ;-)
Liverpool has had better composure; easier to do at home but MC has been out of sync all game.
It was the Liverpool subs going most of that man handling, though Robertson and Mane took their shots too at the end. Have to think Klopp told them to go out there and be physical to close out the match.Getting a little chippy here at the end.
Agreed on the TAA handball in that it was a big moment .. looked 50/50 to me .. call on the field stands. It was certainly not a clear and obvious error.It was the Liverpool subs going most of that man handling, though Robertson and Mane took their shots too at the end. Have to think Klopp told them to go out there and be physical to close out the match.
City didn’t take their chances. They had some excellent opportunities, but came up empty time and again.
Thank god VAR sucks, because if it got the handball on TAA right, would have been a different match.