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Newcastle furious with Mike Dean as Jota fires in Liverpool’s equalizer with TWO defenders down in the box after head collision

NEWCASTLE players were furious with Mike Dean when Diogo Jota fired in the equalizer in Liverpool’s 3-1 win at Anfield.

Toon’s two stars went down in the penalty area after a head-on collision.

Diogo Jota scores for Liverpool as two Newcastle players lie on their stomachs after a head collision

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Diogo Jota scores for Liverpool as two Newcastle players lie on their stomachs after a head collisionCredit: AP
The Newcastle players surrounded Mike Dean but the referee refused to change his mind

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The Newcastle players surrounded Mike Dean but the referee refused to change his mindCredit: Getty

Newcastle take a shock lead at Anfield in the seventh minute after Red’s former Jonjo Shelvey scored for the home team.

However, Liverpool was back to level condition in the 21st minute thanks to a Portuguese shot Jota.

The versatile forward scored a powerful goal to restore parity at Merseyside.

But the goal was mired in controversy as Fabian Schar and Isaac Hayden lay face down on the ground after colliding with each other.

Referee Dean allowed the game to continue despite the incident.

And it ended with Liverpool getting the equalizer to confuse the home crowd.

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The Newcastle players were stunned by Dean’s decision and immediately let the official know their true feelings.

However, their protests fell on deaf ears.

And pundit Mark Lawrenson showed little sympathy for their plight, saying: “Eddie Howe feels extremely distressed, but it was his players who fouled each other.”

However, football fans seemed to decide on Newcastle, with one saying: “Absolutely ridiculous when Jota’s goal stands. Shouldn’t have been allowed. ”

Another stated: “How was that goal delivered by the referrer?”

One added: “Must be fuming with that Newcastle.”

HALSEY REVIEW SAYS…

NEWCASTLE may feel unlucky that referee Mike Dean did not stop the game before Liverpool’s equalizer.

Isaac Hayden collided with teammate Fabian Schar and lay on the field with a possible head injury when Diogo Jota scored.

It was a tough call but, if I had two players with potential head injuries after a clash in the box, I would use common sense and stop the game immediately.

Only Dean can say why he didn’t.

It doesn’t matter who clash or what the score is. The safety of the players is paramount – so I won’t pass up any opportunities.

Newcastle also had a penalty in the second half but I don’t think it was a penalty.

It is similar to the penalty kick in Arsenal vs West Ham.

Trent Alexander-Arnold won the ball – just as I feel Vladimir Coufal did – but this time the correct decision was made.

Liverpool took full control of the game just four minutes later when Mo Salah scored to make it 2-1.

And Trent Alexander-Arnold’s love spell sealed a 3-1 win for Jurgen Klopp’s title hopefuls.

But speaking after the final whistle, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe made the decision to let Liverpool equalize while his two stars were exhausted.

Howe told BT Sport: “In my opinion, the game should be stopped before they equalize with two players down. Two players are knocked down in the box and that has a huge impact on the game. our game plan.

“As soon as they scored the crowd was in the game and it felt unfair. The referee said he thought he was backing but Isaac Hayden held his head, he was stunned. in four or five minutes.

“It can be dangerous and we have to think about player safety, you also don’t want to see games being decided when you have players out of the game.”

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