The Cameroon international appeared to clip the South American attacker – but no spot kick was given.
However, the visiting manager was left complaining about controversial refereeing decisions, as his side could well have had a penalty in the final minutes of the clash in west London.
With the Anfield outfit desperate to get a goal to tie things up, Luis Suarez went down under a challenge from Samuel Eto’o close to the end of the clash.
Jose Mourinho was quick to rubbish claims that the away side should have had a spot kick for the challenge but it appears that Liverpool have a case for injustice once more.
Suarez’s reputation for going to ground easily caused Mourinho to label him as a cheat, while it may well have had an influence on the referee’s decision.
Should Liverpool have had a penalty?
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