Darwin Nunez denied pen ‘Mykhailo Mudryk bought day earlier than’ as Liverpool followers fume

Liverpool followers have been left fuming after Darwin Nunez was denied a penalty they felt was the identical as Chelsea‘s one awarded simply 24 hours prior.

The Reds have been already 1-0 down at house to Brighton after Danny Welbeck’s opener inside two minutes when their frustrations have been furthered by the choice to not award a spot kick, after Nunez went down within the field underneath stress from Pervis Estupinan.

They felt Estupinan had tugged him again, however neither referee David Coote nor VAR official Paul Tierney noticed match to intervene. The same incident involving Blues winger Mudryk was penalised in the course of the Blues’ 2-2 draw with Burnley on Saturday (March 30).

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“If Mudryk was a pen yesterday then so was that on Nunez,” argued one fan. Another claimed: “That one on Nunez is more of a pen than the one given to Mudryk yesterday, the consistency in the officiating in England is terrible.”

A 3rd commented: “Yesterday Mudryk one was given a penalty. But nothing on Nunez. Clearly both ain’t a penalty but the inconsistency is laughable.”

Mykhailo Mudryk being fouled by Lorenz Assignon
Mykhailo Mudryk gained a penalty for the same incident for Chelsea in opposition to Burnley
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And even Manchester United YouTuber Mark Goldbridge admitted: “Tbf to Liverpool that’s a penalty if it was one on Mudryk yesterday. Inconsistency again.”

Clarets supervisor Vincent Kompany was despatched off for his livid response to the Blues’ first half penalty at Stamford Bridge, which was transformed by Cole Palmer, Panenka-style.

Mudryk felt the hand of Lorenz Assignon on his shoulder and tumbled to the bottom, earlier than his opponent was promptly proven his second yellow card. The determination survived a VAR examine and Palmer cheekily chipped the ball down the center to place the house aspect in entrance.

Kompany was then concerned in a heated trade with referee Darren England, who confirmed the Manchester City legend a purple card.