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Virgil van Dijk penalty decision verdict as Trent Alexander-Arnold set to listen to Liverpool advice

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Dermot Gallagher gives verdict on Virgil van Dijk penalty decision against Liverpool The decision to award Fulham a penalty against Liverpool on Saturday was the correct one, according to Dermot Gallagher.

The Reds appeared to be back on track after Darwin Nunez levelled the scores at 1-1 with 25 minutes to go at Craven Cottage but the hosts were able to retake the lead in the 72nd minute when Virgil van Dijk was adjudged to have brought down Aleksander Mitrovic in the penalty area - who dusted himself down to convert from the spot.

READ MORE: Martin Tyler to work with Liverpool FC over Hillsborough guidance after controversial radio remarks READ MORE: Matheus Nunes links to Liverpool make sense after Jurgen Klopp midfield transfer comment A Mohamad Salah tap-in saved the Reds a point but when the penalty decision - which underwent a VAR check - was reviewed on Sky Sports News' 'Ref Watch' segment, former Premier League official Dermot Gallagher agreed with the on-field decision of match referee Andy Madley.

Trent Alexander-Arnold will listen to Jurgen Klopp advice others at Liverpool ignored Liverpool have a mixed record when it comes to selling players to Barcelona.

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In seven and a half years at Camp Nou, the Argentina legend would make 334 appearances as he helped the Catalans win five La Liga titles, two Champions Leagues, five Copa del Reys, two FIFA Club World Cups, two European Super Cups and three Supercopa de Espanas.

Meanwhile, Suarez would become Barca’s third-highest all-time scorer in his six years with the Catalans, netting 198 goals from 283 appearances as he won four La Liga titles, the Champions League, four Copa del Reys, the FIFA Club World Cup, the European Super Cup and two Supercopa de Espanas with the Spanish side.
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