That is the opinion of former Arsenal defender Martin Keown, who claims Mignolet would had been despatched off if his take on on Jamie Vardy took place any place else at the pitch.
Liverpool virtually let slip a three-1 lead in opposition to Leicester the day gone by when Vardy headed in from shut vary and mins later was awarded a penalty for the risk to make it three-three.
Mignolet controlled to redeem himself for his problem on Vardy within the field via saving the spot kick.
But Keown believes the 29-year-previous was will have to had been given his marching orders for the take on.
“Mignolet was lucky to stay on the pitch,” Keown mentioned on Match of the Day.
“There’s a little bit of a mind freeze. There’s a hesitation from him when the ball’s at the floor.
“We’re virtually ring-fencing the goalkeeper as a result of any place else at the pitch he will get despatched off.
“Yes, he was looking to play it however he’s taking Vardy totally out and perhaps lucky to stick at the pitch.
Just moments after Mignolet’s save Leicester had any other penalty shout, this time became away, when the ball struck Emre Can’s hand within the field.
Graham Poll mentioned on BT Sport all the way through the sport that a penalty will have to had been awarded.
And Keown subsidized up the previous Premier League referee however may perceive why Anthony Taylor didn’t need to give it.
“Shortly after he neglected that penalty with Can… There’s a motion against the ball and once more it will have to had been a penalty,” Keown added.
“But it came so quickly after the miss I don’t think the referee wanted to give it.”