That's the Luiz issue from a few weeks ago. Red doesn't require intent, the only thing that protects you is if you are attempting to play the ball and foul the man and while TAA was clearly attempting to play the ball before the shot, he's just as clearly not attempting to play the ball when the foul occurs on the rebound.I don’t think Trent had any idea what he was doing. It’s a penalty for sure but does the red require some intent? Versus standing up in the guys path to the rebound?
They're down to CBs 5 (6?) and 8 on the depth chart, and their effective midfield players are pushed into defense, injured, or have been run into the ground.How did a world class team turn into shit so quickly?
Agree with this. It's either not a foul at all, or it's a penalty + a red card. Of course the ref picked neither of those because reasons.If that is a foul why isn't it a red card by the Luiz standard? He isn't attempting to play the ball at the point the foul occurs.
IMO, it shouldn't have been a foul to begin with. Once DCL has shot and TAA has slid, its now on DCL to not trip over the man in front of him. At the very least TAA has as much right to that part of the pitch as DCL.
If Alisson doesn't spill the rebound it never gets called.
I don’t think it’s any coincidence that he’s scoring less from open play since he started diving at the littlest touch. In his first year at Liverpool he’d stay on his feet once in awhile and find himself in good situations. Now he’s on the ground if a light beam hits him wrong.