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Clattenburg wants law changed after controversial Liverpool vs Everton decision

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Mark Clattenburg has called for a law to be changed following the Merseyside derby.

Referee Chris Kavanagh pointed to the spot before referring to VAR to check the replay.

But Clattenburg is glad common sense prevailed and Alexander-Arnold wasn't given his marching orders, and has suggested the 'intent' law should be changed to avoid referees feeling under pressure to brandish red cards for similar incidents in the future.

To avoid any more incorrect reds like the one for Luiz, the law should be changed."

After reviewing the foul, Kavanagh stuck by his original decision and Gylfi Sigurdsson doubled Everton's lead after Richarlison's first half goal.

He also believes the Liverpool defender could have seen red as 'intent' is not considered in the law.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin was tripped by Trent Alexander-Arnold in the Liverpool box as he attempted to hurdle the defender to get a shot away.
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