- Liverpool dropped points at home for first time this season in draw with Burnley
- During the game, Andy Robertson felt he should have been given a penalty
- The left-back appeared to be felled inside the box but no foul was awarded
- Robertson then confronted referee David Coote over failure to spot the offence
Andy Robertson was left furious at referee David Coote for not awarding Liverpool a penalty
The left-back felt he was fouled inside the box by Johann Berg Gudmundsson of Burnley
Robertson had earlier headed is side into the lead but they lost their perfect home record
Andy Robertson was caught on camera angrily confronting referee David Coote in an expletive-laden rant after he was not awarded a penalty during Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Burnley.
The left-back felt he should have been awarded a penalty after apparently being fouled inside the opposition box by opposition winger Johan Berg Gudmundsson.
At the time, the claim was waved away, leading Robertson to deliver an foul-mouthed tirade towards the officials at full time in the aftermath of Liverpool losing their perfect home record this season.
‘How’s that not a penalty is a disgrace. How the f*** is that not a penalty? You didn’t see f****** anything.
‘You didn’t see anything the whole game apart from f****** booking them in the last minute. F*** me. What’s the point in having you in the middle? What’s the point in having you? F*** me. Honestly.’
Boss Jurgen Klopp can also be seen entering the discussion and shepherding his player out of the confrontation.
It is likely the incident will be reviewed by the disciplinary board to decide whether further action is required against the Scotland captain.
Robertson had headed the Premier League champions in front after 34 minutes, but Jay Rodriguez earned the Clarets a point with his second-half strike.