Premier League: Liverpool 3-1 win over Bournemouth – Alexis McCallister receives a red card

Premier League: Liverpool 3-1 win over Bournemouth – Alexis McCallister receives a red card

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Sent: Alexis Mac Allister receives a red card on his Liverpool debut.

(Liverpool – Bournemouth 3-1) Liverpool opened the season at home with three points, but Alexis McCallister’s red card caused a backlash.


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Just over ten minutes after the break, Liverpool’s new signing showed off his skills in a duel with Ryan Christie. Referee Thomas Bramall showed the red card, and when the VAR did not intervene, Liverpool were reduced to ten men.

– Mac Allister saw red, but it’s complete nonsense. Former top scorer Gary Lineker wrote that the referee and VAR at Anfield had had a bad day X / Twitter.

– For me, it was not a red card. They both had a high foot, and they both went for the ball. Yellow card for me, ex-England striker Dion Dublin says on Final Score.

Mac Allister made an honest attempt to play the ball. The ball bounced. I don’t think it was a red card, ex-Chelsea striker Chris Sutton tells BBC Radio.

Watch the situation here:

It was a roaring opening at Anfield, and even minutes ago the ball was in the net behind Alisson. The Liverpool goalkeeper stunned her, but escaped with horror when Gaydon Anthony escaped in terror.

However, the chaos was far from over in Liverpool’s back ranks.

Just two minutes later, it was Trent Alexander-Arnold who gave Bournemouth the chance. In his 200th NL game, he missed a deep reception in his own half. In the end, Antoine Cimneux took an interest in the opportunity and made sure that the visitors took the initiative.

Liverpool looked shaky in the first home game of the season, but gradually made their way more and more into the game. A little less than half an hour later, it gave results.

A cross from Diogo Jota went through the leg of Bournemouth stopper Marcos Senesi and into the air. Luis Diaz threw himself in and the Colombian scored the equalizing goal.

With just over five minutes on target, Liverpool had a golden opportunity to take the lead. Joe Rothwell brought down Dominic Zuboszlai in the penalty area, and referee Bramall signaled for the penalty kick.

Mohamed Salah moved forward, but, as in the away match against Bournemouth last season, he lost it.

Where the attempt in March went off target, this time it was a save from goalkeeper Neto. But the comeback fell directly in front of Salah’s feet, who scored the first goals of the season on his part.

Liverpool turned the tide of the game, but with McAllister’s red card after the break, Bournemouth managed to win the points back on the south coast.

Instead of equalizing, however, it was Liverpool who would score. Once again, the return from Neto fell embarrassingly low for the visitors, and Jota could easily score a 3-1.

Bournemouth created several good chances against ten men, but Alisson and Liverpool fought back what came next.

Thus, he ended up winning at home in the first home game of the season at Anfield, which also had problems rebuilding one short side.

The work, which will bring capacity at Anfield to 61,000 people, was supposed to be finished by Saturday’s match. Instead, it is uncertain when the stands will be ready, and according to the daily Mail The Buckingham Group, which is behind the construction, went bankrupt.


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