first_imgEmbed from Getty Images Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp insisted Chelsea’s equaliser in their Carabao Cup triumph should not have stood.The Blues came from behind to win 2-1 at Anfield, where Eden Hazard scored a brilliant late goal after Emerson Palmieri had levelled.Emerson bundled the ball in after Ross Barkley’s header had been saved by keeper Simon Mignolet.VAR suggested that Barkley was just about onside and the goal was therefore awarded.Hazard was Chelsea’s hero yet again. [Martin Rickett/PA Wire]But Klopp told Sky Sports: “The first goal is offside. I don’t think the ref has to see it (VAR).“For me, three players are offside – two for sure, everybody can see that, and even Barkley, not a lot, but he’s offside as well.“At the end they watched it and didn’t think it was offside, so I have to take it.”The German added: “We had the bigger chances in the first half but there was still a lot of work to do. When we got it, then we lost the game.“We had the chances to finish it… and we could have done better but they scored twice, we scored once, that’s the result.”last_img

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