It has been announced that Liverpool manager JurgenKlopp won’t face an FA Charge for his outbursts on the back of the Premier League clash involving his team and North London club Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The Liverpool boss was infuriated with centre referee Paul Tierney for the way he handled the game as his team was on the end of some controversial decisions.

JurgenKlopp had a lengthy conversation with Tierney at the end of the game as he expressed his frustration. Liverpool were frustrated with two major calls involving Harry Kane and Emerson Royal during the Premier League encounter. JurgenKlopp is adamant that Spurs striker Kane should have been sent off for a dangerous tackle on Andy Robertson in the first half of the game which ended in a 2-2 draw as Liverpool lost grounds on league leaders Manchester City at the top of the log. Kane was given just a yellow card for the challenge.

Apart from the Kane incident, JurgenKlopp also felt that Liverpool should have been awarded a first half penalty after Brazilian right-back Emerson Royal appeared to push Reds attacker Diogo Jota to the ground while he was about to pull the trigger in the Spurs box.

Klopp rued those two major decisions during a game that Liverpool ended with ten men due to the sending off of Scotland international Robertson for a foul on the abovementioned Emerson in the final quarter of the game.At the time of the red card to Robertson, the two sides had scored two goals each. Kane and Son scored for hosts Tottenham Hotspur either side of the interval, while Jota and Robertson were on target for the Reds.

Liverpool came into the Spurs game with an eight-game winning run, but they were unable to make it nine straight wins thanks to the draw.