Gary Neville reacted to Liverpool going behind to Bournemouth after VAR failed to spot a push on Joe Gomez in the build up. Bournemouth took the lead in the opening 10 minutes of the game as Wilson pushed Gomez as he challenged for the ball outside the penalty area.
He then played the ball at wide and finished the chance as it was put into the box to put Bournemouth 1-0.
Neville responded with a tweet with just a picture of his face looking stunned.
And fans of other clubs loved it.
“lol Gary u so fast,” one responded.
Another said: “Karma.”
And another wrote: “God I love this guy.”
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Jurgen Klopp was raging at the decision and was seen shouting ‘wow’ to the fourth official.
But despite the appeals the goal was given and Bournemouth took the early lead.
“There was a push in the back, but I think Joe Gomez should have dealt with the situation better,” former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock said on BBC 5 Live.
“It was the first attack that Bournemouth have had. Lovely reverse ball from Philip Billing into Jefferson Lerma and a simple pass across the box to Callum Wilson. First attack first goal for Bournemouth.”
Liverpool have lost three of their last four in all competitions and appear to be stumbling over the line in the league despite building up a huge lead.
They are also concentrating on the Champions League and face Atletico Madrid in the secong leg of their last 16 clash on Wednesday night – trailing 1-0 from the away leg.
Andy Robertson was left out as a precaution with James Milner filling in at left back.
“He would have started today but then he felt [something] slightly,” Klopp said.
“But it’s all good, it will be fine for Wednesday. But not for today.
“So we didn’t want to have him on the bench and see Robbo and think, ‘Maybe we can bring you [on].’ It wouldn’t make sense today. That’s the reason and he will be fine.”
Mohamed Salah fired Liverpool level against Bournemouth on the 24th minute with a brilliant strike into the bottom corner after Sadio Mane had looked to have messed the chance up with a woeful pass.
Mane then put the Reds ahead to complete the turnaround with saw wild scenes in the dougout.
However their sluggish start will be a concern to Klopp who has been spiky when asked about the blip.
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