Adam Lallana Is Still Available For Liverpool Despite Under 23 Sending Off

Adam Lallana Is Still Available For Liverpool Despite Under 23 Sending Off

Adam Lallana Is Still Available For Liverpool Despite Under 23 Sending Off

Jurgen Klopp was reluctant to play the England global against Spurs on Sunday and Lallana was instead named for the clash between the two sides' youngsters.

The 30-year-old Lallana was caught by Marsh in an aerial challenge on 63 minutes, but his reaction was rather unbecoming of a senior pro.

Liverpool star Adam Lallana, who was making his debut in the Liverpool U23s' match against Tottenham U23s on Monday, was sent off after he attacked Tottenham Hotspur teenager George Marsh.

It was about as clear a straight red card as one can get.

Lallana was back in action having missed Liverpool’s last three first-team matches
Lallana was back in action having missed Liverpool’s last three first-team matchesALEX MORTON GETTY IMAGES

"I've never seen Adam react like that", said Liverpool's U23s manager Neil Critchley, according to BBC Sport.

It is understood that the 30-year-old will be available for Liverpool's Premier League matches against Southampton and West Ham, however, as any ban does not extend to first-team games. "He was actually coming off".

While he missed Liverpool's Premier League clash against Tottenham due to his latest setback, he was fit enough to play for the club's Under-23's against the same opposition to prove his fitness.

Liverpool also had George Johnston dismissed in the 1-0 defeat, in which first-teamers Dominic Solanke and Danny Ings also featured.

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