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Adam Lallana just went absolutely nuts in a reserve match against Spurs

The midfielder returned to action for Liverpool's Under-23s this evening, after enduring a frustrating season in and out of the first-team

It’s been a pretty frustrating season for Adam Lallana. 

Not only has everyone said he looks like Joe Allen with his new hair-do, but he’s also been in and out of the Liverpool first-team after missing the first four months of the campaign through injury and enduring several setbacks since.

Is that Joe Allen?

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Is that Joe Allen?

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But this evening, he finally got a run out for Liverpool’s Under-23s in a reserve match against Spurs.

However, he only lasted about an hour on the pitch after receiving a straight red card for a moment of sheer madness.

On the 63rd minute, the England midfielder and Spurs youngster George Marsh both jumped up for a loose ball, with Marsh seemingly shoving Lallana and pushing him to the ground.

And Lallana wasn’t impressed at all, instantly getting to his feet and proceeding to… well, it looks like he tries to strangle him, but we’re not too sure.

Take a look for yourself. 

The two players go for a high ball

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The two players go for a high ball

And Marsh beats Lallana to it

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And Marsh beats Lallana to it

Which clearly hurts the Liverpool midfielder

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Which clearly hurts the Liverpool midfielder

In anger, he leaps onto the player’s back

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In anger, he leaps onto the player’s back

Lost it

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Lost it

As you can tell, he simply lost his head. 


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This moment comes just 24 hours after the Reds controversial Premier League clash against Spurs.

In a mad final few minutes of the game at Anfield, referee Jon Moss awarded two rather questionable penalties that seriously irked Liverpool fans and their manager Jurgen Klopp.

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Spurs won their first penalty after Harry Kane went over theatrically following a challenge from Loris Karius.

Then, in the final seconds of the game, Erik Lamela – who was possibly offside – collided with defender Virgil van Dijk for the second.


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