Algerian defender Yassine Laroussi was subjected to violent intervention during the friendly clash Liverpool held in Seville on Monday.
Sevilla beat Liverpool in the Boston match as they prepared for the new season.
Sevilla's goal was scored by Manuel Nolito in the 37th minute, and then Liverpool, the Champions League champions, saw a draw through Divok Oregi in the 44th minute.
In the second half, the Spanish team continued their attempts to finish the game in the deadliest time scored by Alejandro Pozzo.
The game saw a non-sport shot in the 76th minute that started with a Liverpool defender's offense against Sevilla striker Munir Haddadi. The referee did not count the ball, grabbed the ball and tried to advance in the middle of the field before Sevilla striker Jouris Gannon was stifled by a violent backlash.
My husband could not complete the confrontation and left the field for treatment. The Sevilla player also left the field after receiving the red card.
Disgraceful tackle in a pre season friendly !! Sevilla's Joris Gnagnon on Liverpool's Yasser Larouci. Dreadful stuff #LFCPreSeason #Liverpoolfc pic.twitter.com/AswOBwZA8M- Benjamin Chevreau (@benchevreau) July 21, 2019
"My husband was lucky and he did not seem to have a complicated injury," said German football coach Jürgen Klopp. "But we have to wait until we have a check-up to check the player's condition."
Earlier, Clube praised the performance of Arrousi, 18, who is in the preliminary season with Liverpool's first team after last season's participation with the reserve team.
My husband comes from the state of Al-Wadi (south of Algeria) and joined Liverpool in 2017 from France's Le Havre, playing a left wing before moving to the left side of the defense.