Jurgen Klopp said he could not enjoy Liverpool’s late win over Leicester after Hamza Choudhury’s injured Mohamed Salah causing him to limp off the field.
The Leicester midfielder, Choudhury forced down the Liverpool forward to prevent him from scoring a clear goal in the final minutes of the game at Anfield, and was given a yellow card, while Mohammed Salah, left the pitch in visible pain, with his condition yet unknown.
Liverpool still went on to keep up their winning streak for a 17th Premier League game by Mane wining a penalty in injury time in which James Milner converted it to seal all three points for Klopp’s team.
but, after the match,Klopp fumed at Choudhury whose red card foul on Matt Ritchie in August left him on the sidelines for two months.
Klopp at his post game press conference said,“It’s just a challenge which I really don’t understand,”
“Why did he do it, because the ball is far away. The player is full sprint to bring him down without the ball around, for me there is only one colour card.
“I see in your eyes that I am probably the only one who sees it like this.
“It is dangerous as hell. I don’t want to cause the boy (Choudhury) any problems but he has to calm down.“He has to calm down.
He added,“I am happy with how we played, we got the result, that is super. We knew it would probably happen, we knew we were going to fight for the win and we did it.