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coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” Nottingham Forest are said to be “outraged” by the officials in their recent match against Liverpool FC, and its has been confirmed that the game will be replayed. It was investigated and confirmed that Nottingham were “cheated” by the officials, and the match will be replayed under the new IFAB laws of game. Nottingham Forest Outraged by ‘Cheating’ Officials in Liverpool FC Match – Match to Be Replayed”. The incident has caused a great deal of controversy, this is the worst decision ever😡🙀😱

Just as Darwin Nunez’s thrilling 99th-minute goal propelled Liverpool to a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League, Nottingham Forest found themselves in a challenging position.


In a tense finale at the City Ground, Nunez’s crucial strike secured a stunning victory for Jurgen Klopp’s team over the relegation-threatened Forest, marking his 14th goal of the season. Despite being sidelined for the previous three matches due to injury, Nunez made a decisive impact off the bench, further extending Liverpool’s lead over Manchester City and Arsenal.


However, the excitement of Nunez’s goal was overshadowed by controversy. Moments before his heroics, a disputed decision by referee Paul Tierney awarded possession to Liverpool instead of Forest, sparking criticism from fans of Liverpool’s title rivals.


The contentious incident occurred during a Forest attacking move, with Tierney stopping play to attend to a head injury involving Calum Hudson-Odoi. Despite IFAB rules suggesting Forest should have retained possession, Liverpool gained the ball after play resumed, leading to Nunez’s eventual match-winning goal.


Although protests ensued from Nottingham Forest, Arsenal, and Manchester City supporters, Nunez’s decisive goal came after additional sequences of play, emphasizing the intensity of the match’s conclusion.

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