Published: Tue, February 06, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Lallana sent off for strangling opponent in U23s game

Lallana sent off for strangling opponent in U23s game

He of all people should know better than to pull some nonsense like this, especially in a U-23 match (the Tottenham player, George Marsh, is 19 years old).

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana was sent off for the club's U23s on Monday evening for putting a Tottenham player in a chokehold.

The midfielder was stepping up his recovery from injury by taking part in the match in Premier League 2, when he was involved in an aerial challenge with Marsh, which seemed inconspicuous.

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Lallana was continuing his recovery from a thigh injury which has restricted him to just two first-team starts this season.

Lallana now faces a suspension that is likely to be limited to non-first team matches and could even be fined for his actions.

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

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Trailing Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 at the time, Lallana scarcely had to wait for the referee to show him the red card before making his way down the tunnel. "He was actually coming off".

There is also some discussion about how long Lallana will be banned for.

Lallana's dismissal was not the end of trouble for Liverpool that night as they went down to nine men later when George Johnston was sent off on 87 minutes.

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