Mike Dean, a famous former referee, admitted that he was also surprised that Ibrahima Konate was not sent off in Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Everton. Konate was registered
. At the start of the second half, Armadou Onana cut off a counter-attack, before 15 minutes later he cut off Beto’s solo attempt, but escaped a second yellow card.
Former Premier League referee Mike Dean was surprised to see Ibrahima Konate avoid a red card. During Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Everton on Saturday afternoon. http://ufabet999.com
Konate was booked at the start of the second half. After preventing a counter-attack. By dragging Amadou Onana to the ground and could well have been dismissed 15 minutes. After this incident. The French defender, committing a similar offence on Beto, was not brandished a second yellow card despite. The protests of Everton players on the pitch and the Blues’ coaching staff on the sidelines.
Following this incident, Jurgen Klopp did not hesitate in quickly substituting Konate, who was already in yellow, before sending Joe Matip on to replace him. From the point of view of fellow referees, Mike Dean has shown Comments at this time confirmed that Craig Pawson should have kicked the France defender off the field.
“I think it’s a second yellow. If it were me, I’d definitely give it to him.”
“It has to be consistent. You sacked a player for two fouls in the first half. But he made two fouls in the space of 10 minutes. I guarantee he’s going to be substituted.’