Liverpool approves field invader who almost crippled Andy Robertson celebrating their seventh goal against Manchester United He was arrested on Sunday and will be banned from Anfield for life.

Weird scenes followed Liverpool’s seventh goal in beating United, after a fan sprinted onto the pitch and slipped into a collision with players. Left-back was able to continue, but there was concern as Robertson fell to the ground clutching his ankle.

But Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp He became enraged after the incident, and while being taken away by the officers, he turned his anger towards the field invader.

Merseyside Police said a 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of entering the field.

“There can be no excuse for this unacceptable and dangerous behavior. The safety of players, colleagues and fans is paramount,” the club said in a statement.

“The club will now follow the official enforcement process and has suspended the alleged criminal’s account until the process is complete.

“If convicted of trespassing, he could face a criminal record and a life ban from Anfield and all Premier League stadiums. These actions are dangerous, illegal and have serious consequences.”

Merseyside Police said officers were working with Liverpool on the incident.