Liverpool and Matip set an undesirable record.

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Liverpool and Joel Matip, the team’s defender Facing unwant statistics after losing 1-2 to Spurs in the English Premier League last Saturday night.

The “Reds” were left with 10 players from the 26th minute of the game after Curtis Jones was sent off the field. And the situation got worse when Son Heung-Min score a goal to give the home team the lead. The team should have score first from Luis Diaz’s shot. Which VAR mistakenly rule as offside. But in first half injury time, Cody Gakpo equalized at 1-1. 

In the second half, Jurgen Klopp’s team had an even more difficult task. When they were left with 9 men due to Diogo Jota’s red card. In the end, the team concede a goal in injury time 90+6 from an own goal. Unfortunately for Matip  from Pedro Porro’s cross UFABET 

The goal, which come in the 95th minute and 31 seconds is the most late own goal in Premier League history. 

While the two red cards in this game make Liverpool accumulate 4 red cards from 7 games this season. Breaking Leicester City’s record of 4 red cards from 8 games in the 1994/95 season or 29 years ago and also.

Previously, Virgil van Dijk was send off in a win over Newcastle. While Alexis Mac Allister was send off in a game against Bournemouth.