Mason confirmed Jota was clearly shown a red card.

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Spurs interim boss Ryan Mason has confirmed that. Liverpool forward Diogo Jota was shown a red card following his side’s dramatic 4-3 defeat. Which was Jota, who scored the winning goal for the Reds.

At that moment, Jota lifted his dangerously high foot to Oliver Skipp’s head until the Spurs midfielder broke his head. But only received a yellow card.

“Given the opponent a three-goal lead, it’s almost impossible to come back.”

“The feeling was we scored a goal. and can harm opponents we can create opportunities. They don’t give us what we have to do for that. UFABET An equalizer at the end and then conceding another goal is difficult to do.

“I might say for everyone there was some fear (after conceding three goals) for the team to score. It’s hard to understand why. We need to fix that and do better. After that we will show solidarity.”

“I don’t know how many shots they shot on target. But it feels like we can do more.”

“This is the Premier League, it’s not over and you have to fight for 95 minutes. We conceded three horrendous goals. And it’s hard to explain why it happened. It’s hard to accept.”

When asked if Diogo Jota should have been shown a red card, Mason said: “To be honest it’s probably the clearest red card you see on the pitch. I need an explanation It puts the opponent at risk, [Oliver] Skipp gets stitches and Jota scores when he shouldn’t have been on the pitch.