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Chelsea interim manger Rafael Benitez and Liverpool counterpart Brendan Rodgers offer their thoughts on Luis Suarez's confrontation with Branislav Ivanovic.


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What do you think of the facts that you conceded two points in the end to a goal schoolboy player. Who -- one -- you questioned the second now. I didn't see anything it was just concentrate on the -- Quincy innings is that something go in your experience in the game you've come across before. Potential because you have Lowe again don't. Know in terms of one of -- play -- -- being bitten by an opponent. I mentioned -- some sort. Yeah I guess is -- continue to review that you can't speak totally around those couple of other incidents you know look at the elbow on on Jimmie -- -- From under tortoise and you know in the first half in what looked pretty good but no -- on the on his cheekbone so warm. Total but it was maybe a couple of messages but until you as is it until -- review it you know I don't reach over the troubles there.

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