“They received a 10-match ban in Italy”

Liverpoolclash with Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday with many controversial episodes, including one that led to Andy Robertson being fired. The Reds committed 11 fouls over the course of the game while their opponents scored 12 times in a very tense encounter at White Hart Lane.

Liverpool will go to Italy in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 when clash Inter Milan on 16 February. Ahead of the match, former Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli criticized the Red Devils for their ‘arrogant’ approach in the match against Tottenham.

He was quote as say:

“I hear people say Liverpool cannot play, but there is no such team, especially against this team. It is important that Inter play with the same desire and desire to play. They need it. a different intensity with Liverpool and also a better relationship with the referee.”

Marco Tardelli went on to claim that the Merseysiders will receive a 10-match ban for their behavior over the weekend if they play in Italy. The Italian also emphasizes that Jurgen Klopp’s players are always full of life amid the protection they enjoy (from the media).

He continued:

“The Liverpool players fouled Tottenham yesterday, they received a 10-match ban in Italy. Besides, Liverpool are almost arrogant in the way they play, all too well understand how strong they are. like and the protection they enjoy.”

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 at White Hart Lane on Sunday. The home side got their first blood on the scoresheet from Harry Kane 13 minutes into the match. Diogo Jota restored the tie before half-time before Andy Robertson gave the Reds the lead in the second half. However, a mistake in defense helped Heung-min Son equalize for Spurs and set a 2-2 draw.

Jurgen Klopp's men will face Inter Milan in the Champions League in February
Jurgen Klopp’s men will face Inter Milan in the Champions League in February

Liverpool’s current ranking on the Premier League table

Not much has changed at the top of the Premier League table after the weekend’s games. Liverpool maintain second place in the table after winning a point against Tottenham. But they are two points behind first-placed Manchester City, who beat Newcastle 4-0 to stay top of the table.

As it stands, Jurgen Klopp’s men have picked up 41 points from 18 games so far in England’s top flight. Their next game will see a clash with Leeds United on Sunday. But before that clash, they will lock horns with Leicester City in the EFL Cup quarter-finals tomorrow. “They received a 10-match ban in Italy”

Aila Slisco

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