Andrew Robertson triggered the melee at the end of Liverpool’s 2-1 win versus Leicester at Anfield on Saturday, according to what Ayoze Perez informed Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers after the match.
It looked like practically every gamer on the pitch was involved in the scuffle after the final whistle, which primarily included Perez and also Liverpool duo Robertson as well as Adam Lallana.
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But Ayoze Perez was not pleased at permanent! pic.twitter.com/8Taev1YP91
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) October 5, 2019
Rodgers has actually revealed that he has because spoken to Perez regarding the occurrence and the Leicester midfielder claimed to his manager that it was triggered by the Liverpool as well as Scotland left-back.
“Perez was distressed due to the fact that he says Andy Robertson pressed him at the final whistle,” claimed Rodgers, as estimated by reporter Andy Kelly by means of his personal Twitter account after the suit.
Rodgers– Hamza is a straightforward child, don’t assume there was anything destructive in it. Perez was upset due to the fact that he claims Andy Robertson pressed him at the final whistle.
— Andy Kelly (@AndyK_LivNews) October 5, 2019
It stays to be seen whether or not this is the fact as until now as video highlights of the scuffle appear to be reduced to just what Sky Sports News broadcast on their Incredibly Saturday program. Perez and also Robertson were certainly 2 gamers that went to the heart of it though with both still at each various other’s throats as they ultimately headed down the tunnel after the melee distributed. Tempers were naturally high. Leicester had actually yielded a final fine which caused them shedding the game and earlier on, Hamza Choudhury captured Mohamed Salah with a horrible obstacle to leave the Egypt worldwide hindering off with an injury. It was an extremely tightly-contested match and even something as innocuous as what Robertson may have done to Perez sufficed to provide the driver to a bunch of gamers pushing and also pushing. It will be intriguing to see if the FA fee both clubs for failing to regulate their players, although it does not appear that anything also serious occurred.