Sport No sanction for Pickford?

19:26  19 october  2020
19:26  19 october  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

Pickford's killer tackle on Van Dijk (video)

 Pickford's killer tackle on Van Dijk (video) © Supplied by Sports.fr Jordan Pickford and Virgil van Dijk Everton's goalkeeper Jordan Pickford literally assaulted Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk this Saturday as part of the 5th day of the Premier League. Pillar of the defense of the Reds, Virgil Van Dijk had to leave his partners prematurely this Saturday in the middle of the Mersey derby. From the 11th Gallery: Payet, Di Maria, Mandanda ...

Everton and Liverpool bosses Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp discuss a heavy challenge from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford on Virgil Van Dijk during the Merseyside derby.

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will face no retrospective punishment for his horror tackle that left Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk needing knee surgery in the weekend's Merseyside derby between the two teams.

  Pas de sanction pour Pickford ? © Provided by Sofoot

A decision that will make people talk.

Guilty of a very nasty tackle on Virgil Van Dijk during the derby against Liverpool, Jordan Pickford is under fire from critics. The Dutch defender, who suffered a knee ligament injury, will be unavailable for several months. What feed the debate on a possible sanction or not for the porter of the Toffees . But according to Sky Sports, the answer is already known. The British media reveal that the FA have decided not to sanction the England international, since they are used to returning only to actions that were not seen by the refereeing body or the men present at the VAR, This is not the case here.

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In England, it does not hiss.

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