Dejan Lovren accuses Romelu Lukaku of deliberately kicking him in the face

Doug Mendoza
October 19, 2017

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has hit back at criticism that he can not perform against the top clubs, after he failed to score in last weekend's goalless draw at Liverpool.

The incident went unpunished at the time and the FA will not take any retrospective action against the Manchester United striker.

Yet the clash was still at the forefront of Lovren's thoughts as he spoke before Liverpool's Champions League game away to Maribor tonight and insisted that Lukaku could easily have...

"But, to be honest, my honest view was he did it on objective".

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"It's over and I cannot change it and nobody can change it". I think maybe that was also the reason.

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Asked whether he was disappointed that the FA has decided United's £75m summer signing has no case to answer, Lovren said: "That happened on the pitch and it is over".

"It's over and I cannot change it and nobody can change it. That is football, part of the game".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, has ruled out rotating his squad as the Reds bid for their maiden Champions League win of the season after draws in their opening two games.

Manchester United are now in second place in the Premier League table, and two points behind leaders Manchester City. "It is the last place where I would do things like this".

"That was the game when everyone was looking at me thinking 'Will he do it?' That game freed me from everything", he added.

"I skipped the first game of internationals and I think that helped me to put the pain a little bit more down". "I was struggling but now I am fit". "I had issues with my back and with my groin a couple of weeks ago".

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