‘If it’s Mo Salah he gives it’ – Anthony Gordon hits out on Twitter as Lampard slams referee over Everton penalty denial

EVERTON winger Anthony Gordan has hit out on Twitter after he was denied a stonewall penalty in Sunday’s Merseyside Derby in opposition to Liverpool.

The Toffees headed to Anfield inside the underside three after relegation rivals Burnley beat Wolves.

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And Gordan was one in all Everton’s standout gamers, inflicting issues for Liverpool’s proper facet of the defence.

The 21-year-old’s lightning tempo caught Liverpool off guard on plenty of events.

However with the sport tied up at 0-0 after the restart, Gordon discovered himself bearing down on Alisson’s purpose.

Reds defender Joel Matip did his greatest to win the ball, however in the end bundled Gordon over contained in the penalty space.

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A lot to Everton’s amazement, the referee did not award a penalty-kick, which may’ve handed the Toffees very important momentum.

Liverpool went on to win the game 2-0 due to objectives by Andy Robertson and Divock Origi.

Gordon responded to the incident with two hand on head emojis.

And Everton boss Frank Lampard believes if the identical occurred to Liverpool star Mohamed Salah in entrance of the Kop, ref Stuart Atwell would’ve pointed to the spot.

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Lampard stated: “It was a penalty, you don’t get them at Anfield.

“If that was Mohamed Salah at the Kop end, I think he [the referee] gives that. It was a foul on Anthony.”

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has prompt the referee’s choice could have been swayed by Gordon’s reserving for simulation within the first half, which might’ve been “in referee’s heads.”

Gordon shifted the ball previous Reds midfielder Naby Keita and threw himself to the bottom, selecting up a yellow card.

Carragher stated on Gordon and the incident: “He’s received to watch out Anthony Gordon.

“He’s a neighborhood participant, I do know a few of his family and friends.

“He’s an incredible participant, top-of-the-line gamers on the pitch immediately and he brought on Liverpool loads of issues.

“He’s received to watch out although. That wasn’t the primary time (he dived) within the first half, and it positively will likely be in referee’s heads.

“Maybe he hasn’t got what he deserved because of incidents in three or four other games. That is a stonewall penalty.”

Sky Sports activities pundit Kevin Campbell says the penalty would’ve “been the break Everton needed.”

A purpose for the Toffees would’ve “put a little bit of doubt in Liverpool’s mind.”

He stated: “That’s the break that Everton wanted, so as to cement what they’re doing on the market, for nonetheless lengthy they stored it going.

“They take the lead then possibly you place a bit little bit of doubt in Liverpool’s thoughts.

“That’s the break that Everton wanted immediately and it didn’t come.

“I think the referee bottled it a little bit, if I’m honest with you.”

Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp has taken a unique view on the penalty incident, claiming Gordon was fortunate to not proven a second yellow.

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Klopp informed BBC Sport: “It [the second] was clearly no penalty.

“He’s really good but he’s lucky not to get a second yellow. The first was not a penalty and the second wasn’t.”

EVERTON winger Anthony Gordan has hit out on Twitter after he was denied a stonewall penalty in Sunday’s Merseyside Derby in opposition to Liverpool. The Toffees headed to Anfield inside the underside three after relegation rivals Burnley beat Wolves. And Gordan was one in all Everton’s standout gamers, inflicting issues for Liverpool’s proper facet of the defence. ThePremier League – newest information, switch rumours, outcomes and fixtures |The Solar