Veteran English referee, Mark Clattenburg, has hit out at Liverpool ahead, Mohamed Salah, after the Egyptian escaped a crimson card within the Reds 2-Zero victory over Porto within the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Objectives from Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino have been what sealed a 2-Zero win for Jurgen Klopp’s aspect.

The Reds have been, nevertheless, lucky with two main choices in every half.

Within the first half, the ball appeared to strike Liverpool defender, Trent Alexander-Arnold, on the arm, however following a VAR overview, Porto weren’t awarded a penalty.

And after the break, Salah was not given a crimson card for his studs-up problem on Porto’s Danilo.

Clattenburg famous that Salah was fortunate to stay on the pitch at Anfield.

He advised Each day Mail, “The Liverpool ahead comes excessive of the ball and clearly crops his studs onto the shin of his opponent.

“UEFA pointers on any such problem are clear – something with studs above the ankle is a crimson card.”

Additionally reacting after the sport, through a publish on Twitter, Casillas prompt that Liverpool obtained fortunate with two main choices by posting an image of Salah’s problem subsequent to a picture of Alexander-Arnold dealing with the ball.

Liverpool will face Porto within the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final on April 17.

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