I would pay the biggest fine in World Football if I comment – Klopp
Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp was left frustrated with the officiating of the high tensioned clash between his side and Tottenham Hotspurs as they were made to drop points as a result of a last-kick penalty which was converted by Harry Kane for his 100th Premier League goal.
The obviously furious German tactician stated that he would be made to pay the biggest fine in World football if he makes an honest remark about the performance of the referee, Jon Moss after awarding two controversial penalties to Tottenham.
Kane missed the first penalty but was calm to score the second in the last minute of the encounter after Muhammed Salah had given Liverpool the lead few minutes earlier to force the game to a 2-2 draw.
The former Dortmund boss believed that the two penalties shouldn’t have stood as Kane was offside for the first and Lamela going down under van Dijk’s challenge was absolutely laughable.
He said: “Obviously I can’t change anything so what’s my job now? To create headlines? To be punished? To pay a fine?
“If I say what I think, I would pay the biggest fine in world football. That makes absolutely no sense.
“I have no problem with people making mistakes but if you don’t see the situation, then step aside.
“I thought for the first penalty they (Moss and his assistant) were discussing. I didn’t see Jon Moss asking anything.
“At the end, I’ve learned something new and now people will think I know nothing about football because I thought it was offside.
“But the second one, it’s not about who is where. In the 93rd minute, you whistle a penalty when you are 100 percent sure.
“It’s clear in these situations the opposition wants to go down, wants to cause these type of problems, but we have to accept it, I can’t change it. But it’s really hard to get.”