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As bad as anyone’ – Jamie Carragher slams Liverpool after humiliating Brighton
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes the Reds have one of the Premier League’s most flawed defenses and their blushing was only spared by goalkeeper Alisson Becker’s lead.
The Reds suffered a sixth Premier League defeat of the season at the Amex Stadium on Saturday afternoon as two goals from Solly March and a late goal from Danny Welbeck ensured Roberto de Zerbi’s side claimed a well-deserved victory, which saw Liverpool slip to eighth. in the Premier League table – seven points from the top four.
Taking to Twitter, Carragher, who made more than 700 appearances for the Reds during his playing career, echoed the thoughts of many supporters after another underwhelming showing.
“Liverpool are as bad as anyone’s defense in the Premier League right now,” Sky Sports Pundit tweeted. “Fortunately they have the best goalkeeper which means they are not far down the table.”
The Brazil international, along with Ibrahima Konate, was perhaps the only member of the Reds squad who could leave Amex with his head held high in some respects as he prevented Kaoru Mitoma and Evan Ferguson from adding to the Seagulls’ early second-half lead. .
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Jurgen Klopp issued an apology after admitting Liverpool’s mistake in the Brighton defeat
Jurgen Klopp said he took full responsibility for Liverpool’s 3-0 defeat at Brighton as he offered an apology to the traveling supporters to the Amex Stadium.
Danny Welbeck added a second-half Solly March double as the Reds endured yet another frustrating defeat on the road in the Premier League. Liverpool have now lost six times this season and find themselves seven points adrift of Newcastle who occupy the last Champions League places.
Klopp’s side have won just their eight Premier League games this season and have picked up just eight points from nine away games. The manager made a beeline for the away fans the entire time, offering gestures of apology before later extending his thanks to the fans in a post-match press conference.
“Imagine I would be happy with that? Congratulations to Brighton for playing an amazing game,” said Klopp. “I really think at times we made it too easy for them but in general they were outstanding and we weren’t.
“We try to help the players with a slightly different organization. I think it can work quite well. We have moments where it works well, where we put them under pressure, but when we win the ball we lose the ball. in the away moments.too easy. That’s the main problem. We never succeeded. Brighton were better for the full 96,97 minutes.