Under-fire Liverpool keeper back with another howler

Virginia Santiago
July 14, 2018

"Loris concedes that goal, but we can not start a story always after each mistake".

Does Jurgen Klopp need to make a move in the transfer window to replace Karius or should he continue to put his faith in the German?

Karius, who cost Liverpool dearly with a pair of very bad mistakes in the Champions League final against Real Madrid, spilled Ollie Norburn's free-kick and Jonny Smith scored on the rebound.

And the Liverpool manager maintained his support for the under-fire stopper after his mistake in the game with the newly-promoted League Two side.

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Karius has had a tough few months in terms of mistakes and criticism.

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius endured a nightmare end to last season after his howlers led to the defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Kiev.

"Let's carry on and make the best of all these situations by learning from them", said Klopp.

"We can not change that". You never ask again, that would be one little step. That's our part of the deal.

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"I saw this situation 500 times in my life the ball hits his chest but what can you do". But that shot, it was not easy to deal with it.

"Two brilliant footballers make this mistake, but we don't talk about it".

Klopp could also opt to feature them in separate teams, just as he did in the win against Chester FC where Fabinho started and played for the opening 45 minutes and Keita came on to play in the second half.

"The boss is asking me to do a job as a right-back for him". We had more chances to score, but then we conceded the goals, which is not nice.

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