Published: Mon, August 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool boss Klopp: Alisson, Kelleher leave us short

Liverpool boss Klopp: Alisson, Kelleher leave us short

He has confirmed that Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker has indeed suffered a serious calf injury. After that we were never in danger but had to work hard to keep the score what it was.

'We're not naive, we know what can happen.

"We lost a little bit of concentration and maybe if you are under pressure then you have no issues".

Divock Origi and Virgil van Dijk also hit the back of the net during the comprehensive victory on Friday night, while Norwich defender Grant Hanley scored an own goal after just seven minutes. But we go on'.

Highlighting a need to make the most of home games, starting against Newcastle on Saturday, the former England right-back was pleased to see Farke sticking to his principles even for the most hard of challenges. We have a lot of centre-backs to choose from at the moment and they are all fit, so it's up to the manager to make a decision each week.

"He's very important for us, but I have no idea what the actual damage is", Van Dijk said. "It is not good but we will find a solution and move on", he added. "They had a risky formation and we had to defend a couple of times".

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Kelleher was in the squad for Liverpool's Champions League final win over Tottenham in June but he is still yet to be involved in his first senior competitive game for the club.

"For us, the celebrations are over, we've got to focus on the new season, it's about putting it past us", he said.

"Enough celebrations", he said. I'm really fine with everything I heard about it. Having a near guarantee off the bench is critical for this team with four competitions to play this season.

Alisson's injury appeared to be innocuous enough after slipping from taking a goal kick in the 35th minute.

But Henderson identified areas where he and his teammates can improve on going forward, with Teemu Pukki dismissing any hopes of an opening-day clean sheet by netting a consolation goal for the Canaries in the second half. "If somebody would have told me we'd play the first 60 minutes like we played tonight, I'd say: 'OK, I take it'".

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