Dejan Lovren accuses Romelu Lukaku of deliberately stamping on his face


The nearly desperation of Sky, and others, to turn the Romelu Lukaku and Dejan Lovren situation into something was a great example of how little actually happened.

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku will not be punished by the FA after his alleged stamp on Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren during Saturday's clash at Anfield, according to Sky Sports. "I just felt he was over me and he could move away but to be honest, my point of view is that he did it on objective", said Lovren ahead of Liverpool's Champions League match in Maribor. I saw that he was nervous during the game.

"This is football. But if you work hard and don't think about this game - there's still some sadness, of course, that you couldn't take the three points - but in every game we're showing better and better and I'm really confident in this team, you know".

"This is not my decision".

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"We need to keep our heads up and move on", Lovren added.

The German global has claimed that he and his teammates did enough to win the game, but backed improvements to be made for the Champions League qualifier with Maribor.

"I have heard that from people [that he doesn't score against big teams]", he said, quoted by ESPN. "This (Maribor) is the place they should rotate", he said.

"They have had nine Champions League games so far (including qualification rounds) and that is quality and mentality". We have already wasted points even though the performances were good. And another call for the Reds to look at what went right, pick up the pieces, and face firmly forward to Tuesday's Champions League match against Maribor.