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Salah in ‘broken leg’ jibe as Porto president turns on officials

 Porto president Pinto da Costa believes his team were harshly treated in their Champions League defeat at Liverpool – and Mohamed Salah was lucky not to break Danilo Pereira’s leg   The Reds have taken control of their quarter-final against their Portuguese rivals having won the first leg 2-0 at Anfield on Tuesday night   Salah was involved in one of several flashpoints when, towards the end of the match, he caught Danilo above the ankle with his studs when challenging for possession    Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz opted not to show the Egyptian a card while VAR decided there was no reason to ask the official to further review the incident  Danilo was able to play on, but Da Costa said: “Danilo has to give thanks to God because this is a tackle to break a leg, it is not to take the ball  “I thank God for it not having broken his leg.” Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now  Da Costa was also unhappy at the officials and VAR refusing to award Porto at least one penalty at Anfield  “All we want is equal treatment for all,” he said. “Look at the tackle where Felipe saw yellow and then this one on Danilo We’re lucky Danilo isn’t on his way to hospital.  “There was a penalty that wasn’t given, there was a handball, there was another where Felipe is grabbed ”  Liverpool won through goals from Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino but managed only one further shot on target  And Da Costa believes Porto can turn the tie around at the Estadio do Dragao next Wednesday How you can listen to our Blood Red Liverpool FC podcasts  On Apple Podcasts, click HERE  On Acast, click HERE.  On Spotify, click HERE.  On Castbox, click HERE.  On Overcast, click HERE  On Player FM, click HERE.  On Google Podcasts, click HERE.  On Beyond Pod, click HERE  On Stitcher, click HERE.  On Amazon Echo, click HERE.  You can also listens to our podcasts in the Anfield+ section of the LFC Echo App The app is free to download and is available for Apple devices HERE and Android devices HERE  Also, don’t forgot to subscribe to Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast channel as that will help us reach more Reds  And if you’d like to join our Blood Red podcast Facebook group, click HERE.    “Casillas did not have much to do, today he was off duty We can score two goals against Liverpool. The first goal was the first time Liverpool went upfield, and it was a deflection ”  Danilo himself added: “The result is bad, but it’s still wide open. Next week we play at home and we are perfectly capable of scoring two goals    “We started well, but the goal shook us a little. The goal was against the run of play  “Worse was conceding the second goal, but in the second half we responded very well When we attacked Liverpool we caused them lots of problems.”

David Frank