Official remained down after conflict with Liverpool’s Andy Robertson

Right hand arbitrator Constantine Hatzidakis has been remained down from directing coordinates while the Football Affiliation investigates his conflict with Liverpool safeguard Andy Robertson on Sunday.

The authority seemed to raise his arm while crashing into Robertson during Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Weapons store in the Head Association at Anfield.

The Expert Game Match Authorities Restricted (PGMOL), which regulates arbitrators and aides, said Monday that Hatzidakis had been taken off the clock until further notice.

“PGMOL won’t select Constantine Hatzidakis to apparatuses in any of the contests it serves while The FA examines the episode including the associate ref and Liverpool protector Andrew Robertson at Anfield,” the PGMOL said.

Sky Sports cameras focusing in on the showdown showed Hatzidakis apparently hurling his arm and connecting with Robertson, who signaled that he had been hit by the authority.

Robertson was driven away by colleagues and got a yellow card.

“I realize it worked out however I didn’t watch it,” Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp said Sunday. “Assuming it happened the photos will represent themselves.”

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