That is the view of Sky Sports pundit and previous Brentford midfielder Chris Kamara.
However, Kamara believes it was once just about unattainable for the officers to peer the incident obviously.
The second in dialogue was once when Burnley defender Ben Mee tackled Liverpool ahead Mohamed Salah within the field with simply 4 mins to head.
Replays display Mee didn’t get any of the ball however Kamara says Video Assistant Referee generation would have to have been to be had for it to be given.
“Yes they should (have had a penalty) but this is so difficult for the officials,” he mentioned on Goals on Sunday.
“This is a type of issues the place we speak about extra generation within the sport and handiest generation would see this.
“As some distance because the assistant is anxious, the ref can’t see it from his place, when that ball is going to the proper, he thinks that Ben Mee has received it.
“You’ve were given each and every explanation why to consider it.
“What he doesn’t see is that this good keep an eye on right here from Salah.
“Salah has taken the ball clear of him, so the one factor that Ben Mee can do is undergo Salah now.
“So it’s unquestionably a penalty however I have to mention that’s so laborious for the officers to peer.”
The ranking was once 1-1 on the time and Liverpool weren’t ready to damage Sean Dyche’s aspect down in the rest mins of the sport.