Roman Sayes claims the referee “lost control” against Liverpool and denied a “clear penalty kick” from Wolverhampton

Roman Sayes claims the referee “lost control” against Liverpool and denied a “clear penalty kick” from Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton defender Roman Sayes stormed referee Craig Pawson after Monday’s defeat in front of Liverpool, Allegedly, the official lost control of the match.

Saiss thought Wolves A penalty kick was supposed to be awarded during the first half of the match when Nelson Semmed was dropped by Alison Baker.

Wolverhampton right back attempted to slip the ball into the net after the Liverpool goalkeeper dropped a cross from Adama Traore.

But Alison appears to be leading him straight to the ground, only to have Bowson ask him to wake up again.

Speaking then, Saiss made no secret of his words when discussing game management.

Roman Sayes was unhappy with referee Craig Pawson after Wolverhampton’s defeat to Liverpool

“It was clearly a punishment,” he said of the incident.

“I think the referee lost control of the game a little in the second half but we have to do more to score goals.”

Saiss also discussed the injury of Wolverhampton goalkeeper Roy Patricio, who was injured in disturbing scenes after colliding with Connor Cody.

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The knee of the central defender collided with Patricio’s head, causing him to lose consciousness, after Mohamed Salah ran into the goal.

Despite some painful scenes on the field, Wolverhampton coach Nuno Espirito Santo confirmed that the goalkeeper was conscious and doing well.

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Sayes admitted it was difficult for him and his team-mates to continue the match after that.

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He added, “Yes [it was hard] Because of what happened to Raul [Jimenez, suffered a head injury earlier this season] But fortunately Roy [Patricio] He was awake in the stadium and in the dressing room.

“We are really sure he doesn’t look worse than Raul, but of course it’s not a good idea to have that kind of injury on your team again. I saw him after that with the doctor while he’s awake and he’s the most important thing for us.”

“We kept pressing after Roy was injured, and we tried to pressure to score the goal to equalize but unfortunately we did not achieve that. I think we did well today.”

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