Caught Offside retract claim Liverpool fans mocked Emiliano Sala’s death vs Cardiff

Cardiff 0 – Liverpool 2

Liverpool won a crucial game in the Premier League on Sunday at Cardiff.

Gini Wijnaldum broke the deadlock in the 56th minute with a sweet hit from a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner.

James Milner scored Liverpool’s second from the spot after Mo Salah fell in the box.

The win lifted Liverpool above Man City.

City face Man United on Wednesday in their game in hand.

Caught Offside said Liverpool fans mocked the death of Emiliano Sala

Caught Offside posted an article on Sunday alleging that some Liverpool fans mocked the death of Emiliano Sala.

Sala died in a plane crash before he ever turned out for Cardiff.

The Argentine forward had signed for the Bluebirds as their record transfer at 16 million pounds from Nantes.

Caught Offside based their article on tweets claiming Sala charts were audible in the Cardiff match.

To be clear, this never happened. The Sala story was a lie.

Liverpool CEO Peter Moore reacted to Caught Offside’s article on social media.

Caught Offside apologise

On Monday Caught Offside have taken to social media to apologise to Liverpool.

Also see: Gary Neville shames 6 Man United stars who aren’t pulling their weight after Everton.

Gary Neville predicts Jurgen Klopp will field a weak XI vs Barcelona to edge out Man City.

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