Liverpool have taken the lead over Tottenham Hotspur through Andy Robertson – but SURELY that should have been ruled out for handball?
Tottenham opened the scoring in the 13th minute through Harry Kane. Liverpool struck back through Diogo Jota, with the scores tied heading over the hour mark of the contest.
Liverpool put the ball in the back of the net for a second time after Trent Alexander-Arnold drilled the ball onto Andy Robertson’s head, but Tottenham fans were CONVINCED it should have been disallowed.
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In the build-up to the goal, Salah headed the ball onto his own hand, merely a few seconds before the ball ended up in the back of Hugo Lloris’ net.
It was looked at by VAR, but the decision was made to allow the goal to stand. Should it have been, or were Liverpool lucky not to have had this goal chalked off for handball?
GOAL Robertson #TOTLIV pic.twitter.com/jsG1ldUf94
— NLGoal ⚽ (@NLGoal) December 19, 2021
📸 – Spurs players complain for a handball from Salah, but the goal stands! pic.twitter.com/X8tcC5DyvS
— 𝐀𝐅𝐂 𝐀𝐉𝐀𝐗 💎 (@TheEuropeanLad) December 19, 2021