Adam Lallana sent off for wild choke hold in Under 23s

Adam Lallana sent off Liverpool

GETTY TWITTERAdam Lallana was sent off for this reaction in a Liverpool U23 game

Lallana was, of course, sent off for the incident, which followed a 50-50 challenge for a header with 19-year-old George Marsh.

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana played for the Reds' U-23 squad against Tottenham Hotspur on Monday while rehabbing an injury.

Not normally known for his displays of aggression, the conduct displayed by Lallana was really eye-opening and displayed the mind of a frustrated footballer.

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But he was dismissed shortly after the hour mark after a late challenge from George Marsh. He came up from behind and grabbed him with an arm around the neck, pulling the teenager into a chokehold.

It is understood that the 30-year-old will be available for Liverpool's Premier League matches against Southampton and West Ham, however, as any ban does not extend to first-team games.

Lallana had suffered an injury setback following a long-awaited return from a groin problem.

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Naturally, he was red carded for his actions because seriously, who the hell does that in a U23 match?!

Danny Ings, Dominic Solanke and Ben Woodburn all featured alongside Lallana in a strong Liverpool line-up.

Liverpool had another player sent off just before time and finished the match with nine men; Tottenham U23s won the game 1-0 off of a goal from promising midfielder Jack Roles.

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