Goal-line technology denies Liverpool on way to Bournemouth defeat

Whilst there’s no doubt they’ve been at their rampant best under Klopp this season, Liverpool’s frantic style of attacking football saw them lose a 3-1 lead to lost 4-3 away at Bournemouth yesterday afternoon.



Efforts from Sadio Mané and Divock Origi put the Red comfortably in front with just 22 minutes played.

Whilst a Callum Wilson penalty got the Cherries back in it, Emre Can looked to have claimed the points for his side just on the hour mark when applying a third.


With Bournemouth on the ropes an unlikely to trouble Klopp and his impressive outfit, Liverpool very nearly grabbed a fourth when Milner’s in-swinging corner deceived goalkeeper Artuc Boric.

With the accident prone goalkeeper looking like he was unsuccessful in keeping the ball out the home net, the Premier League’s multi millionaire pound goal-line technology saved his bacon…..just.


Indeed the decision proved quite the turning point as Ryan Fraser and then defender Steve Cook levelled the scores, all before Liverpool’s Loris Karius’s criminal keeping allowed Nathan Ake to sneak in and sink the winner for his side.



Adding to their misery, Chelsea claimed a win over fellow title chasers Man City, stretching their lead over the Merseysiders to three points.

Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth on the other hand continue their impressive Premier League descent and now sit 10th

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