Nottingham Forest owner confronts referee after losing to Liverpool.

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Evangelos Marinakis, owner of Nottingham Forest may be hit by the FA. After going to confront the referee team in the tunnel after Liverpool scored the winning goal in the 99th minute at the City Ground.

Referee Paul Tierney called off the game while Forest were attacking in injury time. With Ibrahima Konate suffering a head injury.

The French defender got up. But the referee gave Liverpool the chance to start playing by dropping the ball instead of allowing Forest to play ทางเข้า UFABET 

Jurgen Klopp’s side came out on top and it was Darwin Nuñez who headed in the winning goal in the 99th minute. While Forest were also unhappy with the amount of injury time.

Several home coaches and players gathered around Tierney after the game, with Marinakis also on the field.

The Greek owner then stormed into the tunnel after the game and confronted match officials. With Marinakis asking why Forest had received decisions against them so many times this season.

Nottingham Forest coach Steven Reed was shown a red card and substitute defender Felipe. Who did not play was shown a yellow card for protesting.

Nuno Espirito Santo looked visibly angry. But refused to risk being charged by the FA. By not talking about the referee

Asked by a reporter about the events leading up to Liverpool’s goal. Nuno said: “I don’t want to talk about the referee. I’m sorry.”

“We are disappointed. We are very disappointed. And We are doing a great job and City Ground has been amazing for us as always. Disappointment doesn’t give fans what they deserve.”