In this round of the Premier League game, Tottenham had a disputed penalty kick against Newcastle. Tottenham coach Mourinho reacted strongly to this, and now Liverpool coach Klopp also spoke in support.
In Tottenham’s 1-1 Newcastle game, Dale was sentenced to a handball in a final-minute contest, and Newcastle tied Tottenham with a penalty kick. Mourinho was very angry and left the stadium before the end of the game. After the game, Mourinho said: "We kept the Newcastle players away from our penalty area, but we eventually lost 2 points. I will not comment on this. I responded to this penalty during the game (leave early), and now that the game is over, I don’t want to talk about it anymore."
Now after the Liverpool game, Klopp was also asked about this. The German coach said: “We all know that Dale did nothing wrong at all. It should not be a penalty. In that case, you can’t control it. My body is gone, and the only way to avoid handball is to cut off my arm. Even the referee is not satisfied with this rule. And I am not satisfied with the waiting time for an offside penalty too long."
"Some rule changes didn't work, but we have to accept them during the game."