Savage! Unbelievable! Liverpool fans are losing their mind over Lallana red


However, midway through the second half, Lallana was clattered Tottenham's George Marsh and the England global didn't take too kindly to the challenge.

Having been sidelined due to a groin injury for Liverpool's last three games, Adam Lallana would have hoped for a straightforward return to action for the Reds' under-23s on Monday night.

Lallana took issue with the heavy challenge and immediately attacked the Spurs player. He responded by racing after Marsh and grabbing him from behind, with images showing Lallana grappling him by the neck.

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.

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All I can say about the situation is that this is the best decision for Leicester, in the best interests of Leicester. And he will have to do so without the brilliance of Mahrez, who will not be available for the clash.

"I have never seen Adam react like that", said Critchley.

Lallana has started just one game all season and made a paltry five substitute appearances, his last of which came against Swansea City on the 22nd of January. It was ironic as we were just about to bring Liam Millar on.

That would mean Lallana would be available for selection for Jurgen Klopp over Liverpool's next three Premier League games, which are against Southampton, West Ham and Newcastle.

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.