Liverpool have really ridden their luck today against Manchester City.
The Reds have raced into an early 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Fabinho and Mohamed Salah, but both were hugely controversial.
First, Trent Alexander-Arnold got away with a clear handball, with no penalty given to City as Liverpool broke up the other end and scored through a Fabinho screamer.
Here’s the Alexander-Arnold incident, and it’s baffling to think VAR did not flag this up…
— ?? (@Arrizabalager) November 10, 2019
Next, Salah looked to be just offside for his goal as he headed in a fine cross from Andrew Robertson.
It was no doubt close, but we’ve seen those chalked off, and there’s nothing to suggest Salah should’ve got away with this one.
6' – Trent Alexander-Arnold handball, City penalty not given, Liverpool score
13' – Mohamed Salah offside, goal to Liverpool given
— CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) November 10, 2019