sport news MARK CLATTENBURG: Liverpool's first penalty against Leeds was the right decision

MARK CLATTENBURG: Liverpool's first penalty against Leeds was the right decision, the word 'deliberate' was removed two years ago... and Graeme Souness was wrong to say Callum Wilson's goal should have been disallowed Sportsmail columnist Mark Clattenburg gives his view on weekend's big calls  Liverpool's first penalty was correct decision, it doesn't have to be 'deliberate'  Callum Wilson's goal was right to stand, 'adamant' Graeme Souness was wrong 

By Mark Clattenburg for the Daily Mail

Published: 23:55 BST, 13 September 2020 | Updated: 23:55 BST, 13 September 2020

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Sportsmail columnist Mark Clattenburg has given his view on Liverpool's first penalty award against Leeds and Callum Wilson's debut goal for Newcastle.

Liverpool's first penalty was the correct decision, the word 'deliberate' was removed two years go 

Michael Oliver was 100 per cent correct to award Liverpool's first penalty when Mo Salah's shot deflected off the thigh of Leeds defender Robin Koch and up onto his arm.

Let us get one thing straight - and I can't believe people are still talking about this two years later - but the word 'deliberate' has been removed from

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