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Everton fans have taken to Twitter in annoyance after reading a tweet from Sky Sports about the penalty won by Dominic Calvert-Lewin at Anfield.

Sky Sports ran a poll asking supporters if they felt Chris Kavanagh was right to rule that Trent Alexander-Arnold had fouled his international colleague.

61% felt that it was the right decision, although that’s not the angle Sky Sports decided to focus their tweet around.

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Sky Sports tweeted that 39% of voters felt Kavanagh had made the wrong decision, and the wording of the post has infuriated Everton fans.

Surely, if the majority think it was the right call, wouldn’t that be what you’d lead with in a tweet about the results?

It very much seems as if Sky Sports were attempting to increase engagement opportunities by leading with the more unpopular vote.

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If that was the case, then it worked superbly.

One supporter below thinks Sky Sports have a Liverpool agenda, while another fan called the tweet ‘unbelievable’.

One other felt it was a ‘joke’ of a post.

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It’s arguably strange enough to run a poll about the decision.

Calvert-Lewin was about the tap into an empty net, and while Alexander-Arnold couldn’t get out of the way, he still prevented what was a certain goal.

Let’s see what the Everton fans have been saying about the tweet from Sky Sports…

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