Vincent Kompany made a ‘dangerous’ statement at Liverpool and VAR responded to Jurgen Klopp’s complaints.

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany insisted his side are “dangerous” against Liverpool after losing 2-0 in the Premier League on Tuesday. But the Clarets were only held back by the Reds’ poor finishing and lack of determination in the last three minutes.

“We were too open in the first half,” the Burnley manager told Amazon Prime Video after the final whistle. “We were still dangerous in transition, but we didn’t find the final ball and we didn’t make the right decisions.

‚ÄúSometimes we were outnumbered on the counter-attack and the difference was that they were scoring and we couldn’t do that. We had risks and we had opportunities. That makes it 1-1 but unfortunately the game starts and at that point they are very good,” Kompany was also asked about Harvey Elliott’s disallowed goal. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was unhappy with the offside whistle after Mohamed Salah was pushed on the goal line but still failed to save the shot.

Amazon host Dan Walker asked the company for perspective. “Are you telling me not to be neutral?” – answered the former captain of Manchester City. “For me, this is a broader discussion. At that point we had a lot of conversations that were against us.” I understand Jurgen’s opinion and position, but from my point of view, as I have said many times here, we needed points and they won. “We have to move on to the next game”Klopp expressed his displeasure with the use of the VAR system.

The German explained that only someone who has never played football could deny a goal. However, the assistant referees and VAR can only respect the rules of the game. It may seem harsh or unfortunate, but Salah was legitimately offside and in James Trafford’s sights.

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