Liverpool could be hit by a £25,000 disciplinary fine by the FA following their 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
The Reds, who finished the game with nine men, suffered a last-gasp loss following Joel Matip's 96th-minute own goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Meanwhile, Liverpool were left infuriated after the PGMOL confirmed after the game that Luis Diaz had earlier wrongly had a goal disallowed for offside due to VAR human error.
The ECHO understands that PGMOL chief Howard Webb did reach out to the club to offer an apology for the disallowed goal after the final whistle. But it will be little consolation to the Reds following the narrow defeat, with it by no means the only incident in the club capital that club bosses feel aggrieved by.
Yet Liverpool's misery might not end there. Klopp's side saw Curtis Jones controversially shown a straight red card for a foul on Yves Bissouma in the first half in North London following VAR intervention, while Diogo Jota was dismissed for two bookable offences in quick-succession after the break.
Alexis Mac Allister, Mohamed Salah, Andy Robertson, and Virgil van Dijk were also all cautioned, along with assistant manager Peter Krawietz. The FA punishes clubs who accrue more than five bookings in a game, with the Reds susceptible to being issued with a fine as a result.
A £25,000 fine is the common punishment for any side that accumulates six or more cards in a single match. By the letter of the law, Liverpool will be punished as a result.
It is now up to the FA to decide if they will officially take action or not. Yet when you consider that the majority of the club's cards were only a result of the way the game unfolded after officiating errors, it remains to be seen if theyRead on m.allfootballapp.com