Andy Robertson's Foul-Mouthed Rant At Referee Caught On TV
By Mike Parrott
Liverpool's Andy Robertson was caught by the microphones having a very rude and foul-mouthed rant at referee David Coote after the Scotsman was upset with officiating in the game.
Liverpool were unable to get anything more than a point yesterday against Burnley, stopping the chance of them being the first team in premier League history to gain maximum points at home.
Burnley were very unlucky not to win the game after Johann Gudmundsson hitting the crossbar in the 87th minute after Jay Rodriguez had brought Burnley level in the 69th minute.
And even though Burnley had the chance to win the game, which they should have taken, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said it was Liverpool vs Nick Pope throughout the game.
Pope had an incredible game throughout making 8 saves, but Pope's display doesn't take away from Burnley's performance which should've seen them taken all three points.
Jurgen Klopp had a lot of praise for Burnley's goalkeeper:
"Most of the game it was Liverpool vs Nick Pope." pic.twitter.com/zYKUgCN95V
- Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) July 11, 2020
To continue Liverpool's questionable response to their result against Burnley, Left-Back Andy Robertson went on a very foul-mouthed rant to referee David Coote at the full-time whistle with Robertson saying the referee hadn't done his job right, even though VAR agreed with all of Coote's decisions, including his decision to not award a penalty to Liverpool in the 85th minute.
Listen below to Robertson's shameful rant to Coote:
Trent Alexander-Arnold also joined in with a rant at Coote, saying that Liverpool deserved a penalty even though VAR once again said it was definitely not a penalty. A rare time that Liverpool didn't get the decision their way.
Trent too :joy:
Already wrapped up the title and THIS is the level of passion our players are still showing.
What a team. Mentality Monsters:tm:pic.twitter.com/JoSdIiTkOa
- Watch LFC at :house: (@Watch_LFC) July 11, 2020
What do you think of Liverpool's full-backs and their questioning of good decision-making by the referee?
Let us know in the comments below.