Here was one encounter with Liverpool when Nigel Pearson would have been more justified in rattling off a few expletives.
Last month Pearson was given a touchline ban after letting rip at one of his club�s fans when provoked during his side�s 3-1 defeat at home by Liverpool. On Sunday, Leicester�s manager remained rather restrained, calling only for the introduction of video technology to avoid the kind of decisions that proved so costly to his struggling side.
But the first of two penalties that were awarded to Liverpool would have angered any manager at Anfield, given that Mike Jones punished Wes Morgan for handball when Raheem Sterling�s cross struck the Leicester captain square in the face.
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