There is no end to Liverpool’s stumble this season. The way they were run over at King Power Stadium after a big result turn in the last ten minutes best shows how much Liverpool lost the strings and that the really big question is whether they will finish the season among the four on the table ...
Immediately after the convincing triumph of Manchester City in the last round, appeared information that the Reds are as much as 27 points less after 23 rounds, comparing the performance after the same time period last year.
Not only their defense is bad and vulnerable but Alison also began to show more and more lability on the goal line and mistakes that caused the leaving of Loris Karius and Stefan Mignolet. Despite the new convincing defeat, Jurgen Klopp is convinced that Liverpool dominated against Leicester for most of the match ...
And he does not believe in the decision of the VAR system and claims that James Madison's goal was from the illegal position of Daniel Amartey. "Yes, we absolutely dominated most of the match and it is not easy to do something like that against Leicester in the way we are.
Not after such a defeat a few days ago ", says the German strategist and continues: “A very strange flow of goals. We scored a great goal, and they scored a weird one. It was pure offside. That other goal affected us a lot.
We immediately allowed the third, which was the end of the game for us. "
Klopp is dissatisfied
In his breath, he continued ... "If you saw the whole situation well, how everyone stood on the field, then you know it's offside.
It is not easy to accept a decision with a smile on your face." "We worked hard to reach 1: 0, and then we were faced with a difficult decision. It was especially difficult for Alison, who had three opposing players in front of him, so he thought he was offside.
" Now no one is thinking about defending the title anymore, but just how to keep Liverpool among the four and play in the Champions League again ... "We can't make up the difference this season. We have to start winning on the field.
We played very well today, but we have to avoid some mistakes and moments when the players do not understand each other ..." "We cannot influence the mistakes of the VAR system, but we can do everything in our hands.
" Despite the new convincing defeat, Jurgen Klopp is convinced that Liverpool dominated against Leicester for most of the match ... And he does not believe in the decision of the VAR system and claims that James Madison's goal was from the illegal position of Daniel Amartey.