De Zerbi on Fabinho’s foul after several pointers should have been red

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Roberto De Zerbi said Fabinho’s foul on Ivan Ferguson was believed to have been a red card rather than a yellow. during the FA Cup game last night

  Roberto De Zerbi has refused to blame Liverpool midfielder Fabinho for injuring Brighton striker Ivan Ferguson inlast night ‘s FA  Cup fourth – round clash. on January 29, 2023) with the Brazilian national team midfielder coming off the bench shortly before entering the 18-year-old thrust into Ferguson from the back beforethe referee David Koot handed out a yellow card to the Liverpool players. The red was immediately red and VAR checked for the foul but in the end it did not turn into a red UFABET card.

De Zerbi on Fabinho's foul after several pointers should have been red

 Ferguson walked down the tunnel after being substituted and Deniz Undaf came on. Brighton hoped he wouldn’t suffer a serious injury. The young Irishman has only played the full 90 minutes for the club once. But he has already scored 4 goals for the senior team. Including an equalizer goal in the Seagulls’ latest Premier League game against Leicester. (Ferguson),” the Italian told beIN Sports . “As for the injury we don’t know yet. But we’ll see each other in the next days and we hope it’s not too bad. I think Fabinho is a quality player. It can happen on the pitch for these accidents.

          Shakhtar Donetsk’s former boss also revealed that his team were fortunate to qualify. “ Liverpool played a very good game today, very strong, but we believed until the end. And I think it was a very good day for us. ” This game also has a problematic moment in which Liverpool’s center back, Ibrahima Konate , only received a yellow card for blocking Alexis Mac Allister from behind in a single stroke to score a goal. that VAR doesn’t even check the timing.

Luis Dunk scored his first goal in 10 months, confessed after the game that Roberto De Zerbi’s side had not performed well. “Sometimes you have to win football games when you’re not at your best,” Dunk explained to ITV Sport after the match. “Today we were not even close to our best. But we play to beat the top teams . So they will come back with a special motive to defeat us. But we have to work hard and fight to show our great character.”

          Dunk added, “We felt we could beat anyone on our best days. And we have shown today that we can beat those teams when we are not playing well. We now have a team we can push on and hopefully we can go further in this tournament.” “ It’s good to have Mitoma on our team. We don’t have to go after him! He comes from nowhere and we are fortunate to have him in our squad right now. Hopefully he can continue that form.” Speaking of his equalizer after Elliott put Liverpool ahead, Dunk admitted: “Did I intentionally score it? Of course not, but I haven’t scored in a long time, so it’s a great feeling!”