‘It’s not that hard when you can use your hands…’: Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson takes a thinly veiled look at referee Craig Poson on Instagram, with the keeper still raving about West Ham’s first goal last week I was angry.
- Liverpool criticize referee Craig Poson after 3-2 loss against West Ham
- Poisson lets hammer goal stand after Angelo Ogbona’s challenge on Alisson
- Reds boss Jurgen Klopp slams umpiring after Premier League game
- And the Brazilian Alison again expressed her displeasure on her Instagram account
The Reds suffered a 3-2 defeat in London Stadium on Sunday 7, in which the opener scored his own goal from a Brazilian stopper after an aerial challenge from Angelo Ogbona.
And Alison took to social media to continue her frustration, posting a photo of herself catching the ball on international duty Brazil against Colombia on Friday, in which they kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win.
Liverpool stopper Alisson (right) took a thinly veiled dig at referee Craig Poson on Instagram
Brazil posted a picture from their 1-0 win over Colombia, keeping a clean sheet
Her Instagram Story to her seven million followers had a sarcastic caption: ‘Work ain’t so hard when you can use your hands,’ followed by a thumbs-up and a thinking emoji.
Alisson and Liverpool felt they were interrupted by Hammer center half Ogbona as they tried to claim Pablo Fornals’ wicked inswinging corner, as he could only flap the ball, eventually going as his own goal. Were.
It appeared that the Italian only had eyes for the ball, and jumped along instead of Alisson, making it a fair challenge, although goalkeepers are accustomed to a lot of protection from officials, and free-falls in such situations. receive kicks.
Alisson was furious after West Ham’s 3-2 defeat in the first goal (pictured)
Liverpool player and manager Jurgen Klopp bitterly complains about Poisson’s decision
The 29-year-old was probably at fault for the hosts’ other two goals as well, as Fornals’ shot went past him and Kurt Zouma nodded home in a corner from the other side.
West Ham striker Michael Antonio later admitted it was a deliberate move to target Alisson from dead-ball situations.
He said: ‘The whole plan was to stick it straight on the keeper and we will challenge. We see they struggle with the ball – we just have to keep it away from Virgil van Dijk.’