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Maurizio Sarri on another excuse after defeat

Timothy Aiyeku

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Manager Maurizio Sarri has got a complaint after his team were defeated by 2-0 against Liverpool in their Sunday afternoon Premier League clash at the Anfield.

Goals from Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah were enough to hand the Jurgen Klopp team all three points and also keep them in the race for the league title.

Maurizio Sarri who expressed disappointment in the result hinted that he is unhappy with the level of officiating in the Premier League as he claims that some of them are not good enough.

Referee Michael Oliver had refused to award a free-kick in the lead-up to Sadio Mane’s opening goal and the former Napoli boss feels that the Reds team would not have gotten the goal if the referee had sounded his whistle.

He stressed that he does not care about what the decision of the referee was but he had observed the incident from the bench and is convinced there was a foul on Emerson.

However, Maurizio Sarri confessed the supremacy of the manager Jurgen Klopp team after stating that the Reds team deserved to win the game because of the level they played.

Meanwhile, the hope of a top-four finish for Chelsea is now slim after the three points loss.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.