Another poor Red Card decision by VAR and Anthony Taylor against Manchester United in this season English premier league after Paul Pogba was sent off for a foul on Liverpool's midfielder Nabi Keita in the 65th minutes of the game.
Another outstanding performance from Liverpool in the week 5th of the English premier league after defeating Manchester United by 5-0. Nabi Keita scored the opening goal of the match in the 9 minutes of the game after converting a brilliant assist from Mohamed Salah.
The African star have been impressive under Klopp this season with 3 goals in the last 4 games this season. Diego Jota scored the second goal for Liverpool in the 13th minutes of the game before Mohamed Salah made it 3-0 for Liverpool in the 38th minutes.
It was a disapointing performance from Manchester United who played below the expectation of the fans throughout the first half of the match.
Manchester United star Cristaino Ronaldo escaped a Red Card after kicking Curtis Jones in the 45+1 minutes of the game. According to reports, Ronaldo should have been giving a straight Red Card for the foul on the Liverpool player.
The Video Assistant Referee should have sent off Ronaldo for kicking the Liverpool midfielder while on ground.
Salah scored his second goal of the match in the last minute of the first half to give Liverpool a convincing 4-0 before the half time break.
Salah completed his Hat Trick in the 50th minutes of the game before a controversial incident happened in the 60th minutes of the game that lead to Pogba's Red card.
It was not an intentional foul from the French International and the Referee's initial decision should have stand. The Referee gave Pogba the Red Card after the Video Assistant Referee ordered for the foul review.
Liverpool moved back to the second position on the league table after a convincing 5-0 against one of the best team in the league.
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