Vincent Kompany has shown class after Liverpool defeated Burnley.


Vincent Kompany has shown his class after Liverpool defeated Burnley in the premier league match on the boxing day. Although his team lost by 2 goals to nil to Liverpool, he still has shown sportsmanship. Harvey Elliot and Cody Gakpo scored goals during the match but both of their goals were disallowed. However, that didn’t have much effect on the result as the Reds won the match at the end. Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota both were on the scoresheet for the Anfield side. Liverpool are now the table toppers with 42 points. However, Arsenal have played one game less and are at the 2nd spot with 40 points.

According to empireofthekop, Cody Gakpo’s goal was disallowed as the VAR believed that Darwin Nunez fouled Charlie Taylor during Gakpo’s shot. Nunez couldn’t believe it. In addition to that, in the second half, Harvey Elliot’s goal was disallowed as well as the VAR showed that Mohammed Salah was offside and was also blocking the goalkeeper’s view. That has raised controversy on VAR’s credibility this season. This is not the first time that VAR has given controversial decisions. Wolves have also been a victim to VAR many a times this season. The league management needs to look into the matter to avoid further controversies.

Vincent Kompany has shown his class by emphasizing with Liverpool’s disallowed goals.

The former Manchester City defender spoke to various media outlets after the match. He was supporting the Reds over 2 disallowed goals.

” This issue needs attention. I’m looking at a bigger picture. I completely agree with Jurgen Klopp’s opinion. I understand what he’s feeling after those 2 disallowed goals. Moreover, we’ve also faced that situation. The higher authority needs to look into this matter. However, today they played really well and that has cost us points.” – Vincent Kompany said.

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