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Klopp's reaction to Alisson's injury and how serious the problem could be

The hell that continues to be played out at Anfield 

By Charles Cornwall

The hell that continues to be played out at Anfield 
The hell that continues to be played out at Anfield 
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Injuries continue to plague Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool this season, where despite maintaining a high standard, it has been hard work, as there have been a number of injuries to players. This has been a challenge for Jürgen Klopp, who has been able to find the right replacements among the youth team, but the situation at Anfield has been relentless.


Even so, the match was very active, with great arrivals by both teams, however there were some actions that left some doubts about the physical condition of some players, and during the match Diogo Jota came out of games due to a physical problem, so he was replaced in the 54th minute by the Colombian Luis Díaz. This is undoubtedly a great concern for Jürgen Klopp.

When almost at the end of the match the Brazilian Alisson Becker went to the ground with a physical problem in his right thigh. What for many was a flashpoint emergency, Jürgen Klopp seemed calmer, as he could be seen smiling afterwards, which may have been on purpose to buy the Reds some time, and get the Reds back in order.



Becker was a crucial factor in the Citizens taking the lead in the first half after a poor clearance, which resulted in Nathan Ake recovering the ball to set up Erling Haaland for the opening goal. So this has many people very upset with the Brazilian goalkeeper, who has been a major factor this season.


Did Allison fake his injury against the Citizens?

After the game against Manchester City, Jürgen Klopp spoke about the fitness of Portugal's Diogo Jota and Alisson Becker, both of whom had physical problems in the game against the Sky Blues, and Klopp said they are injured and will have to be assessed to see how serious it is. So Alisson did not melt anything despite the speculation.

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