Former Manchester United and Newcastle United managers, Jose Mourinho and Graeme Souness have blasted the Premier League for inconsistency.
They have been reacting to VAR and referee’s decision not to penalise Trent Alexander-Arnold for handball in the build-up to Liverpool’s opening aim towards Manchester City on Sunday.
Fabinho fired Liverpool in entrance after six minutes, nevertheless, there was preliminary controversy following City’s enchantment for handball moments earlier.
With City on the assault, the ball appeared to have struck the hand of Alexander-Arnold in the Liverpool space which led to large protests from City, notably Sergio Aguero.
Nonetheless, the referee waved on and Liverpool broke down the opposite finish main to Fabinho unleashing a cracking strike from the sting of the world to put the Reds forward.
Souness and Mourinho added that while the handball was debatable, the inconsistencies of the decision would frustrate them essentially the most.
Mourinho informed Sky Sports activities, “That’s the problem, the inconsistency. Next week, a similar situation, it will be a penalty.”
Souness added, “We’re all in the same boat here. We’ve all seen them given, we’ve all seen them not given.”