It’s not over! ‘Toffee’ asked the board to ask for an explanation for the penalty shootout.

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Everton decided to file a complaint with British professional football referee committee. After not getting a penalty from the stroke. Anthony Gordon was Joel Matip crashed in the penalty area to defeat Liverpool rivals in the city last sunday.

Everton Premier League teams. Still not resolved to submit a complaint to the professional football referees committee or PGMOL. To ask for an explanation that Why didn’t their team get a penalty from Anthony Gordon’s clash with Joel Matip and fell into the box ? The UFABET game that went unbeaten to Liverpool 0-2 in the Merseyside battle. On Sunday, April 24

The game at Anfield, while the score is still 0-0, the young attacking team away who had received a yellow card earlier from a fall Try to use speed to escape. The defender in the 54th minute, but was knocked down. The referee , Stuart Attwell, deems it unsuitable for a penalty and seems There will be no VAR review either , before the Reds came in with two goals from Andrew Robertson and Divock  Origi in the end.

The defeat in the game resulted in the Blue Taffy. very dissatisfied because his team needs points in this match After falling into the red zone because Burnley collected three points before So they want the board to explain why they won’t give a penalty to their team.

Previously in March The club have previously received an apology from chief referee Mike Riley for Paul Tierney’s lack of a penalty in the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City following Roy . Midfielder Dre has done a handball in the penalty area. Although the replay on television is clearly visible. But the referee ignored it, and the VAR judge did not see it as a penalty.  

For Everton at this time, the risk of relegation is huge. After falling to 18th in the table with 29 points from 32 games, two points behind 17th-ranked Burnley, but playing less than one game, with the remaining six matches against Chelsea, Leicester. City, Watford, Brentford, Crystal Palace and Arsenal.