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Harvey Elliott criticised for Pascal Struijk comments after his tackle caused horror injured

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Harvey Elliott has been criticised for suggesting Pascal Struijk has been wrongly punished for injuring his ankle.

Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan claimed players have "too much to say for themselves these days" and that the Liverpool midfielder shouldn't have spoken out to rubbish the FA's decision.

The Liverpool youngster suffered a dislocated ankle under a tackle from Struijk, who was shown a straight red card by referee Craig Pawson, as Elliott was removed from the pitch on a stretcher and taken to hospital.

Elliott was injured by Leeds star Struijk in Sunday's clash between the two sides at Elland Road.

"[It] wasn't his fault whatsoever," the Liverpool midfielder wrote.

If someone asked Harvey Elliott and that's fine as you can't criticise someone for answering a question.

Elliott has since undergone a successful ankle operation and posted an Instagram update from his hospital bed, where he absolved Struijk of blame.
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