Suarez keeps believing
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers may have challenged referees over Luis Suarez's treatment but the striker admits mistakes can happen.
The Reds boss has revealed he had spoken to Mike Riley, head of Professional Game Match Officials Ltd, about decisions going against them.
In particular he referenced legitimate penalty claims by Suarez which had been turned down with, on one occasion, the Uruguay international being booked for diving. Suarez, however, insists he has to accept that mistakes happen.
"There are times when the referee gets it right and others when he doesn't but that's all part and parcel of the game," he said. "It's happened in the last few games, like against Manchester United when the penalty shout on me wasn't given and then the one on (Antonio) Valencia was.
"But talking about it doesn't solve anything - the referee has a split second to see an incident.
"Let's just hope that it doesn't happen again in the future."