Liverpool boss Rodgers: Would Suarez have stayed on if he'd made Mirallas challenge?

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers hit out at Kevin Mirallas after their 3-3 thriller at Everton.
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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers hit out at Kevin Mirallas after their 3-3 thriller at Everton.

Rodgers accused Mirallas of a "naughty" potentially career-ending tackle on Luis Suarez which deserved a red card.

"I thought Mirallas should have been sent off. It would've been interesting if Luis made the challenge," said Rodgers.

"I have seen Kevin for a few years and he looks a real honest player but if you look at it in every way, real time and slow motion, it is a bad challenge.

"He caught him on the back of his knee and that can end your career.

"It was awful jumping in like that and it took Luis 10 or 15 minutes to try to run it off and he (Mirallas) had another one by the (far) touchline where he's jumped up and come down on the back of Luis.

"He (Suarez) is a player who can look after himself on the pitch, he is a strong player, but I just think it was a bad challenge.

"It wouldn't matter if it was on Luis or someone else it was a naughty challenge.

"You don't want to see people getting sent off but if they should be than that's what should happen."

 
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