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Wayne Rooney claimed Luis Suarez should have been sent off to add more fuel to the fires that rage between Liverpool and Manchester United.

Liverpool striker Suarez was booked just four minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute in the 0-0 draw with Tottenham at Anfield when he caught Scott Parker in the midriff with a kick as he competed for a ball.

And, ahead of United’s League clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Saturday, Rooney tweeted: ‘If ref sees that kick from suarez and books him for it it should be red.’

That forced Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish to launch another defence of Suarez, who was making his return after missing eight games for racially abusing United’s Patrice Evra and one match for making an obscene gesture towards Fulham fans.

Sky TV pundit and former United player Gary Neville also said that Suarez was lucky not to be sent off but Dalglish, who led the defence of his forward over the  racism allegations, insisted: ‘He never saw him. I don’t have a view on what Wayne’s tweeted. Why don’t you tweet him back and give him your answer? Unless Gary or Wayne want to ask the question, I will plead the fifth amendment.’

Source: DailyMail

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