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A Liverpool fan has posted a detailed image of Leicester City's opening goal, clarifying how it was actually OFFSIDE.
VAR controversially awarded Leicester with a goal which proved crucial as the hosts beat Liverpool 3-1 on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp bemoaned VAR's decision to allow the goal to stand with a user on Reddit clearing up the mess with a comprehensive breakdown of the goal.
The image shows Daniel Amartey's sleeve in front of Roberto Firmino's foot compared to the actual VAR lines.
Liverpool supporters fumed on social media following the VAR call with Klopp insisting Leicester's goal was incorrectly called a goal.
He told talkSPORT: "We conceded a really strange goal - I've said this plenty of times but it's VAR. VAR should be completely objective, but it's not.
"Because somebody has to make a decision whether it's offside or not and which moment is the moment when we judge the offside.
"I've seen [the replay] back plenty of time now and how I saw it is that Maddison didn't even touch the ball when he judged the situation.
"That's obviously a situation where Stuart Attwell has to show responsibility for why he chose that situation."
:speaking_head:️ "The amount of bad decisions that have gone against Liverpool is horrendous, the officiating has been woeful as well. Corrupt league."
Is there actually an agenda against Klopp's men? https://t.co/33OjzAgEC1
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) February 14, 2021
Asked whether he thinks Stuart Attwell paused the image at the wrong moment, the German replied: "Yes, of course. His foot [Maddison] is behind the ball, so how can somebody know he already touched ball?
"A millisecond later and three Leicester players are closer to the goal. That's it."
Liverpool's sixth Premier League defeat of the season leaves them faltering in fourth place, 13 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City.
The English champions resume their league campaign against cross-town rivals Everton next Saturday.
Featured Image Credit: PA/Reddit
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