Note language in 5th paragraph.
Now look: you can make an argument that it's unfair that this incident, which was moderately off the ball, resulted in a penalty that is 85% likely to end with a goal. Kane stepped up and saw his penalty saved by Karius, though, with the German standing firm in the middle of his goal to deny the forward.
You see him (Kane) diving clearly and no one is talking about that.
"We conceded a soft penalty because he was pushing my player and my player was pulling", Benitez said. Is there? When the ball left the foot of the Tottenham player, Harry Kane is offside.
"Is that the rule?"
Jürgen Klopp said he would be hit with "the biggest fine in world football" for his true thoughts on Tottenham Hotspur's dramatic late equaliser at Anfield but insisted the match officials cost Liverpool a crucial victory in their pursuit of Champions League qualification. The second one is a clear foul by Virgil van Dijk - it's an awesome decision as the referee and the assistant are so focused. The referee didn't initially give the penalty, but was persuaded to change his mind by his assistant after a minute of consultation. "The feeling in the dressing room is that we dropped points".
Following the win during the midweek, the Reds moved back into the third spot as Chelsea lost at home to Bournemouth.More news: Alphabet Revenue Rises as It Reports Loss Due to Tax Charge
19th min SHOT: Spurs clear a corner but Trent Alexander-Arnold's effort from distance goes through a sea of bodies and while Salah gets a touch on it, his connection isn't good enough to direct it towards goal.
Mohamed Diame put Newcastle in front in the first half but Luka Milivojevic equalized from the penalty spot early in the second half.
Liverpool's players were sharper and hungrier in the first half, swarming all over their opponents and forcing mistakes.
Compare that to the top two, Manchester City (£191.7m net) and Manchester United (£127m net) while even their Merseyside neighbours Everton leave them in the ha'penny place with a net spend of £84.3 million, just behind City and United in the table.
Spurs improved after the break and nearly equalised through Son Heung-min in the 58th minute, but Karius stood tall to make the block. Alli was then booked for diving - for the second time this season - after falling under a challenge from Dejan Lovren.
Karius made amends by saving Kane's penalty before Salah scored the type of solo goal Lionel Messi would be proud of.
He slalomed through Ben Davies and Jan Vertonghen before dinking Hugo Lloris to make it 2-1 in injury time.
91st minute GOAL: A piece of brilliance from Salah as he leaves four defenders in his wake before showing great composure to lift his finish over the keeper.