'Double standards!' - Angry Tottenham fans perform Son and Fabinho speck after Liverpool sneering
Tottenham Hotspur fans were stunned on Thursday sundown as Liverpool midfielder Fabinho escaped a red card for a similar-type of afair that dictum Son Heung-min dismissed censure Chelsea last season
Some of Tottenham Hotspur's supporters retain been left infuriated by a moment that unfolded redress on the perceive of half juncture during tonight's Premier League clash among Liverpool and Burnley at Anfield.
As arbiter Mike Dean put his whistle to his lips to move an hindmost to a goalless first 45 minutes, Liverpool midfielder Fabinho kicked-out at Clarets striker Ashley Barnes, as the Austrian tried to connect with Nick Pope's crave punt forward.
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As a result of the incident, a melee broke out between the players, whilst Liverpool doorknob Jurgen Klopp and his contrary unit - Sean Dyche - were spotted having an exchange of speaking in the cellar as they headed back to their respective condiment chambers to deliver their half instance pair talks.
Replays showed that Fabinho, as he aimed to caper for the ball along with Barnes, kicked the Burnley striker from behind, causing him to swoop to the ground.
With Dean needing assistance, VAR intervened and took a familiar look at the occurrence and was forced to decide whether or not the afair was creditable of a red card for violent conduct.
In the end, Fabinho who was once again slotting in at centre-back in the facility of injured yoke Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, was handed a yellow card, despite the Brazilian pleading his innocence.
The episode immediately sparked flashbacks for fans from Tottenham's 2-0 home overpower to Chelsea back in November 2019 when striker was sent-off by Anthony Taylor for kicking-out at Blues centre-back Antonio Rudiger.
Son, on that occasion, pleaded his innocence against any wrong doing but he was awarded a lank red card, leaving the South Korean international and skipper coach Jose Mourinho bemused.
Unsurprisingly, this evening's events at Anfield soon got Spurs fans talking, with no paucity of them soon flooding social media with their comments.
Here, football.london has taken a familiar look at what some Spurs fans retain had to natter on social media...
That episode against Chelsea last season resulted in Son being forced to schoolgirl Spurs' next three Premier League matches, with them winning lawful one of those three games in his absence.
He did, however, soon gain back into the swing of things, scoring four goals in his peak five matches since returning from suspension.