Swansea City broke the Anfield deadlock on the 65th minute mark in last night's League Cup encounter, yet Mario Balotelli inspired a late comeback for the Reds.
The Swans gained the lead through Marvin Emnes, and there is a debate they could have perhaps held on for the draw had it not been for the dismissal of Federico Fernandez.
Minutes later, Dejan Lovren scored a last-gasp winner for Brendan Rodgers's team and it was Liverpool, not Swansea, who progressed into the quarterfinal stage of the competition.
The manner in which Liverpool triumphed, though, upset Swansea boss Garry Monk.
"I'm disappointed," he is quoted to have said by the BBC. "It wasn't a red card, but these things are happening, and hopefully they will stop happening.
"With a couple of minutes to go, we should have seen it out. We should have defended better and come away with the win.
"But we put on a performance, especially the second half, that we can be proud of."
Monk's sentiments have been echoed by the club's supporters who feel hard done by because of the referee's decisions…
swan's getting nothing out of refs again I would say I'm surprised but I'm not,never a red all getting a bit pathetic now.#swans— Colin lewis (@Cymrucol58) October 29, 2014