Chelsea Coach accepts Reece James red card. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel gives his interpretation of Reece James shipping off against Liverpool and asks Anthony Taylor inquiry.

Mohamed Salah changed over the spot kick to procure the Reds a 1-1 draw at Anfield after they had fallen behind to a Kai Havertz header.

And keeping in mind that Tuchel could comprehend the choice of Taylor, he was worried by how rapidly it was reached.

“Twofold discipline is in every case very hard and a bit of a spoiler for the game,” said the Chelsea chief. “In any case, it is the standard.

“I don’t care for these early red cards overall. It ruins the game. No one needs to see that for 45 minutes, they need to see an undeniable level game.

“In any event, when watching on TV I don’t care for it. Yet, I don’t have an answer for it or a superior thought at this moment.

“The actual choice, I can get it. I’m not saying it’s an off-base choice however I didn’t care for the manner in which the arbitrator actually look at it, he checked just the picture and the picture showed the reasonable contact and afterward it was an unmistakable contact.

“We saw on the seat on our iPads the entire development, and we saw it was a diversion, brief distance, falls off the hip to his arm, his arm isn’t in a very unnatural position.

“I’ve heard refs say it’s anything but a culpable activity. I would have wanted for a more drawn out thought, albeit possibly the official might have taken a similar choice at any rate.

“We need to live with it and I can live with it that a few choices are the obligation of the ref at the time.”

Chelsea lost N’Golo Kante to injury at half-time yet their 10 men had the option to repulse Liverpool and stretch out their noteworthy Anfield record to only two losses in their last 12 visits.

Also, Tuchel was pleased with the cautious purpose of his players having had recently 33% belonging in the subsequent half.

He said: “Can there be any harder difficulties than going one man down and taking N’Golo Kante off simultaneously at half-time at Anfield, and having Liverpool play towards the Kop?

“Really intense one, yet we did superb and are really content with how we did. We feel like we merited the point.”