The Liverpool left-back was slightly displeased David Coote's decision not to give a penalty on him.
"How’s that not a penalty is a disgrace. How the f**k is that not a penalty? You didn’t see f**king anything," Andy Robertson told the ref after the final whistle.
"You didn’t see anything the whole game apart from f**king booking them in the last minute. F**k me. What’s the point in having you in the middle? What’s the point in having you? F**k me. Honestly."
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp also had his reasons to express his disappointment to the match officials, although his grievances were mostly about Burnley players going unpunished after repeated fouls on Alisson Becker.
Still, the incident in Burnley's penalty box remains a bone of contention, with Liverpool fans surely convinced that Johann Berg Gudmundsson nearly tore the Scotsman's leg off.
The Reds' frustration was doubled as they have now failed to reach the historic feat of winning every single home game of the season, having lost first points in Premier League at Anfield since January 2019.