Liverpool player red carded after trying to choke out teen

Liverpool player red carded after trying to choke out teen

March caught Lallana with his elbow and the England worldwide snapped.

Lallana's behaviour was unacceptable and hugely out of character for the midfielder.

Last week, Klopp discussed Lallana's injury and claimed that he was looking very good in training and he was being nursed back to full fitness.

After going down after contesting a header with one of the Spurs youngsters, Lallana reacted angrily, pursuing the player and grabbing him round the neck.

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However, rather than accelerate his return to the first-team, Lallana's hot-headed appearance against Tottenham in the Premier League 2 could see him on the end of a three-match ban. Makes our January transfer window look even worse.

The England worldwide has played just 222 minutes of football this season and will be hoping that he can remain fit for the rest of the campaign and break into Jurgen Klopp's starting XI.

Adam Lallana was sent off in an Under-23 match after he attacked Tottenham Hotspur teenager George Marsh. That would mean Lallana would be available for selection for Jurgen Klopp over Liverpool's next three Premier League games, which are against Southampton, West Ham and Newcastle.

Or is this a loophole in the law which needs to be fixed up?