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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Former Everton defender Kevin Ratcliffe and England striker Dean Ashton have accused Mohamed Salah of diving in the Merseyside derby.
Everton have clinched their first victory at Anfield for the first time since 1999, thanks to goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson.
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When the Toffees were 1-0 up, Salah came under fire when he fell inside the penalty area following a soft challenge from Lucas Digne.
Referee Chris Kavanagh remained still and luckily for the Egypt, he didn’t show him a yellow card for simulation.
And this angered former Everton defender Kevin Ratcliffe, who accused Salah of diving while adding the referee should have punished him.
“I can’t understand that,” Ratcliffe said.
“If he’s claiming a foul and the referee doesn’t think it’s a foul why isn’t he saying ‘well, you’re diving’
“There was a little bit of contact but there wasn’t as much contact as the dive suggested,” he added.
Moreover, ex-Norwich City striker Dean Ashton accused the Egyptian of going to the ground too easily, while claiming that his last week’s contact with Leicester’s Ricardo Pereira was barely enough to undo his laces.
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“I mean, look, probably the only amount of contact there was that he brushed Salah’s laces,” Ashton said.
“I think he might have just undone his boot lace with the amount of contact that was involved in that opportunity.”
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