In spite of the fact that Liverpool fell to third place as a result of the draw, it was generally considered to be a positive outcome against a formidable competitors for the title. There is a possibility that the FA will investigate Alexander-Arnold’s celebration, in which he “shushed” City supporters. The fact that he admitted to having intentionally done something could result in disciplinary actions being taken, according to reports.
A yellow card is issued in accordance with the laws of football for any gestures that are deemed to be provocative, derisory, or inflammatory towards the crowd. Interestingly, the referee, Chris Kavanagh, did not penalize Alexander-Arnold for his celebration, which raises questions about whether or not he witnessed the incident.
After considering the possibility of action being taken by the FA, The Sun has speculated that Alexander-Arnold might be given a warning regarding his behavior in the future. Although there has been a lot of controversy surrounding the live incident, there have not been any specific appeals for sanctions regarding it. The 25-year-old player, in his post-match interview, emphasized the significance of securing a point against the team that is currently defending their championship. He also highlighted the team’s resilience, even when they were not performing at their best.