Vincent Kompany points finger at Jurgen Klopp for touchline ban after Arsenal game

Vincent Kompany was given a yellow card during Burnley’s 3-1 loss to Liverpool. He believed it was because Jurgen Klopp had already received a caution and had agitated the referee.

The match was even at halftime, but second-half goals from Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez secured the win for Liverpool. This yellow card was Kompany’s third this season, resulting in a touchline ban for the upcoming game against Arsenal.

Despite feeling unfairly penalized, Kompany expressed determination to move forward positively. Klopp admitted to an emotional outburst that led to him receiving a yellow card, expressing relief that a more severe penalty was not given.

Despite the loss, Kompany praised his team’s performance and highlighted the need to continue growing and improving. He acknowledged the missed opportunities in the game and noted Liverpool’s ability to make things difficult for opponents.

Kompany emphasized the need for persistence and believed that such performances would eventually be rewarded. Overall, Kompany was pleased with his team’s showing at Anfield and stressed the importance of learning from the experience.

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