Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson says they feel like "prisoners" being unable to discuss VAR errors after defeat at Tottenham.
Alisson later told ESPN: "My position is clear, everyone saw it.
"I don't like talking about arbitration, nor can we talk about arbitration. Sometimes it feels like we are prisoners. When he opens his mouth, he is punished from all sides.
"We are human beings and we have to be outraged by this kind of thing. Yes, it's the fan's feeling. Our feeling too.
"A mistake that cost, cost the result of the game. Today could not have been totally different. Now we have to deal with this.
"We, internally, will deal with this. I hope these things stop happening internally too. I've always said that VAR is good, precisely for these unfair situations.
"Incredibly, these things continue to happen with something so simple, with something that is so objective. And the technology is there. Why don't you use the technology that FIFA used in the World Cup?
''We saw it, yes, at halftime, but not with the intention of seeing the failure of the refereeing, but with the attitude of seeing what we did right in the game, which was a great move of ours, worked towards what we could play it in the second half and we have no line at all," Alisson added.
"We came back to play the second half and, unfortunately, there was another expulsion, which is also worth mentioning. This game has a lot of topics regarding refereeing, I think it's up to you to talk a lot.
"You have to talk, because this kind of thing is very frustrating. Very frustrating."