Football fans have joked that Steve McManaman sounds like he's about to cry during the breakdown of Liverpool's disallowed equaliser.
The Reds were well below par as they travelled to France for a Europa League clash with Toulouse on Thursday evening. However, Jurgen Klopp's men thought they had snatched a point at the death, when Jarell Quansah found the net.
There was another twist in the tale, as celebrations were cut short when a VAR check was announced. And McManama wasn't too impressed on TNT Sports when Alexis Mac Allister was deemed to have handheld the ball.
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"McManaman's voice was getting so progressively higher and higher as he spoke about that VAR decision that by the end of it only dogs knew what he was saying," one fan joked. While a second said: "That Handball might be harsh but bloody hell why was Mcmanaman crying like that on comms?"
"How high did Steve McManaman’s voice go when they ruled that goal out? I actually thought my windows might crack," a third replied. And another added: "McManaman is genuinely going to cry this is hilarious!"
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Liverpool's second-string side struggled in the French city, and Toulouse took the lead just before half-time. They had the ball in the net again soon after the break, but it was ruled out for a foul on Joel Matip.
Thijs Dallinga doubled the lead before Liverpool found themselves back in the game via a freakish own goal. Toulouse reestablished their lead instantly only for Jota to almost break the net – setting up a grandstand finish.
And the French side were able to hold on, with the help of VAR, to claim the three points.
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