Jamie O’Hara was left stunned that West Ham United defender Aaron Cresswell was not sent off against Liverpool on Sunday.

The left-back followed through on Jordan Henderson in the opening quarter, with VAR deciding that no extra action will be taken.

O’Hara simply couldn’t believe it, with many also jumping on that bandwagon as the game went on at the London Stadium.

Speaking live on talkSPORT this morning, O’Hara was simply stunned that a red card wasn’t handed out early in the game.

“Come on,” he wrote. “The one that sticks out is Aaron Cresswell on Jordan Henderson, I’ve watched it plenty of times and can’t believe he’s not been sent off.”

Ian Abrahams, known for being West Ham-mad, responded and even agreed with his fellow talkSPORT man.

“I can’t see how they’ve not sent him off for that, they’ve even looked at it through VAR.”


It is hard not to believe that the Hammers may have been slightly lucky.

Cresswell’s foul was one of those where if it was against you, you would be crying out for a red card to be handed out instantly.

Whenever something is referred to and reviewed by the VAR system, it usually ends in bad news, but that wasn’t the case here.

O’Hara and Moose were both convinced it was a red card too, with those arguments coming from both sides of the fence.

Thankfully, a red card wasn’t given or the clash could have been ruined before it even got going yesterday.

It was a real treat to see the Irons compete and better one of the best teams the Premier League has seen in recent years.

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