Liverpool football club have been struggling lately, losing four consecutive home games, for the first time in decades.
The reds have had many decisions going against them in the premier league this season, with the Video assistant referee making some strong calls, which has denied the reds some crucial points.
In their league encounter against Chelsea, the reds were trailing to a Mason Mount first half strike, however, early in the second half, the reds started brighter and had a decision against them, which could have turned the game around in their favor.
Roberto Firmino's cross hits the hand of N'Golo Kante inside the box. Kante's arm is raised, Liverpool players scream for penalty, but the referee is not interested in given one. Liverpool robbed again.
Earlier in the day, Fulham were denied a deserved equalizer against Spurs, after midfielder, Mario Lemina, had been adjudged to have handled in the box, despite his hands, being by his side.
It remains to be seen, what the excuse will be to deny Liverpool such penalty, but no matter what the explanation is, and no matter what the outcome of the game is, Liverpool have been robbed off a goal, and possibly point (s) too.
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