Seven reasons why Liverpool have started losing recently
By Raskombora | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 669 views
Jürgen Klopp felt Liverpool could have no complaints after they were defeated 1-0 by Burnley at home and also beaten 1-0 by Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield on Wednesday evening.
After a dismal performance at Anfield yesterday, the fans were angry because the team have lost at home two times in a row.
One of the key reason for the poor performance is they lost seven players to injury including : jota,mane ,Virgil,Keita and others.
Liverpool have continued to lack ideas at Anfield more so at the attacking places.
The club is now working on the transfer of players.They to bring in Samuel Umtiti from Barcelona so as to improve their defense.Umtiti could support Virgil van Dijk who suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage when Liverpool played Everton back in October.
Liverpool now have an obvious problems as they face the leaders Man City whose player ratings are higher than them.
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