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Watch: Alan Pardew Didn't Take Too Kindly To Geoff Shreeves' "Antagonising" Questions

By Mikey Traynor
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Liverpool finally put an end to the nightmare that Selhurst Park has been in recent seasons as they came from behind with 10 men to secure a 2-1 against Crystal Palace, which was also their third consecutive Premier League win.

The winning goal came from the spot as Christian Benteke converted a penalty in the sixth minute of stoppage time, and there were questions raised about the legitimacy after the final whistle.

While Jurgen Klopp claimed that Damien Delaney's challenge was a certain penalty, Palace boss Alan Pardew though it was very soft.

Speaking to Geoff Shreeves after the match, Pards couldn't contain his displeasure with the Sky Sports man's line of questioning.


To be fair, he has a point.

Sky Sports have been getting pushier and pushier with their interviews for some time now, best seen in the literal shoving of a microphone into the face of Willy Caballero rather than let him celebrate winning the Capital One Cup.


Also, it would be nice if a Leicester City player or Claudio Ranieri didn't have to deal with an attempt to force them to say that they are going to win the league in every single interview.

As for Geoff Shreeves antagonising the people he is interviewing? He wouldn't dream of doing that, would he?

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SEE ALSO: Watch: Claudio Ranieri Expertly Puts Sky Sports Presenter In His Box With Class Response

SEE ALSO: Watch: Sky Sports Shove A Mic In Willy Caballero's Face Instead Of Letting Him Celebrate

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