Liverpool coach delivers verdict on new signing Tony Gallacher's under-23 debut

Posted February 06, 2018

Lallana - who's struggled with injury this term - made his comeback from another stint on the sidelines during a Liverpool under-23s match against Tottenham this evening.

Liverpool star Adam Lallana was shown a red card on his return from injury for the Under-23 side on Monday.

But the England global reacted furiously to a mid-air challenge by Spurs' George Marsh, 19, midway through the second half of the Premier League 2 clash, which Liverpool lost 1-0.

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Adam Lallana was sent off in an Under-23 match after he attacked Tottenham Hotspur teenager George Marsh.

The incident, which occurred shortly after the hour mark with Liverpool losing 1-0, saw the 29-year-old accuse Marsh of elbowing him in a collision.

He got up, ran over to Marsh and grabbed him around the neck, getting him in some weird reverse headlock.

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But according to a report from ESPN, the red card won't affect his availability for Klopp and the senior team. It was ironic as we were just about to bring Liam Millar on.

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.

But the midfielder will still be available for Liverpool's Premier League match against his former club Southampton on Sunday.

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