Liverpool to appeal Mane's red card ban

Liverpool to appeal Mane's red card ban

Liverpool to appeal Mane's red card ban

Sadio Mane will serve a three-match ban after an appeal to overturn his red card from Liverpool's 5-0 defeat against Manchester City at the weekend was rejected.

A 10-man Reds side conceded five times at the Etihad, crippled by the first half dismissal of Sadio Mane for his collision with opposition goalkeeper Ederson.

"The subsequent games in the Champions League and Premier League will do that".

"I thought our appeal was absolutely right because it was never we said we would appeal the red card, it was the length of the suspension. Yes, we can be really good, but if you don't finish the situations you create you have a problem".

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City then travel to Watford in the Premier League and Liverpool host Burnley, both games on Saturday, 16 September.

Well, images of Ederson's freshly-stitched wounds have now surfaced on social media and you'd hope that they may be grisly enough to change the minds of Gale and his sceptical ilk. But the Blues still managed to defend well and score a lot of goals without them, and that's all thanks to City's strength in depth.

The Liverpool match proved that City can win every game despite the lineup they choose, because every lineup will be filled with decisive players who can beat any team.

Klopp told Sky Sports: "I don't think it's a red card, he didn't see him". A high-foot into the face of Manchester City's goalkeeper Ederson, opinions were divided on whether the referee's decision was justified. The worst of which, from a Twitter keyboard warrior who shall not be named, suggested that City's keeper should have pulled his head out of harm's way to allow the Liverpool forward to take the ball cleanly. It's a sport where things like this happen. When he saw the boy bleeding, if I was in that position I would probably have made the same decision.

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