Michael Oliver’s decision not to award Liverpool a penalty yesterday was supported by pundit Stephen Warnock.
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The Gabriel Magalhaes incident has sparked debate among fans and pundits alike. Magalhaes appeared to have handled Jota’s cross in the box with Liverpool trailing 1-0 in the first half.
Michael Oliver, however, turned down Liverpool’s request for a penalty. Many Liverpool fans believe it was a penalty, but Stephen Warnock does not.
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He maintains that Gabriel Magalhaes’ arm was in a normal position.