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Jurgen Klopp - James Milner - Roberto Firmino - Fernando Torres - Graham Potter - Fabio Carvalho - Three things Klopp got wrong and one he got right as Liverpool draw 3-3 with Brighton - dailystar.co.uk - Jordan - Germany
Three things Klopp got wrong and one he got right as Liverpool draw 3-3 with Brighton
Jurgen Klopp's frustrated Liverpool had everything to do at Anfield after slipping two goals behind against Brighton after just 17 minutes - but there was one positive for German despite missing out on all three points late on.Leandro Trossard smashed home two similar strikes past Allison to hand new boss Roberto De Zerbi a perfect start on his first game in charge of the side having replaced Graham Potter.However, after Roberto Firmino netted either side of the break to level the encounter, Adam Webster scored an unfortunate own goal and Trossard completed his hat-trick - Daily Star Sport has taken a look at what went right and wrong for Klopp. READ MORE: Bulked up Fernando Torres pumps iron with ex-Prem star looking more hench than ever Although a mixture of players were at fault for Trossard's opening goal, Jordan Henderson's mistake was called out by fans - with some questioning Klopp's loyalty.Is Jurgen Klopp under pressure? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below.Many social media users think Liverpool need an improvement on the England international in their midfield trio, with Klopp bringing him off for James Milner before the hour mark.One fan wrote: "I honestly don't understand what the hell is wrong with Klopp.
Frank Lampard - Alex Ferguson - Fernando Torres - Six players whose talents vanished into thin air as Dele Alli faces Everton axe - dailystar.co.uk - Qatar
Six players whose talents vanished into thin air as Dele Alli faces Everton axe
Harry Kane leading Tottenham's charge up to the table and England's crusade to Qatar to bring 56 years of hurt (God, is it really that many?) to an end.Alli took to the Premier League like a duck to water after arriving from MK Dons as a fresh-faced sprout in 2015, bagging 32 goals in his first two seasons - including a wizardly swivelled-volley against Crystal Palace in January 2016 to grab the world's attention.Sir Alex Ferguson began name-dropping him as the player he'd go after if he were still ferociously chomping gum on the Old Trafford sidelines, and who could blame him? Alli's ceiling seemed stratospheric. But his form inexplicably fell off a cliff a couple of years later and the midfielder has looked a shell of his dynamite former self ever since.READ MORE: Frank Lampard mutters to assistant after Dele Alli horror miss in Everton friendly lossHe moved to Everton on a free transfer in January in a bid to resurrect his career, having lost both his Tottenham and England first team spots long ago, but even in a struggling Toffees team crying out for a little invention and dynamism, Alli has been almost pointlessly ineffective.And now, with rumours Everton are looking to offload him, Daily Star Sport has taken a look back at six other players whose talents vanished in similarly bizarre style.Fernando Torres arrived at Chelsea as arguably the Premier League's most fearsome striker having torn defenders apart for three seasons at Liverpool, scoring a whopping 81 goals as the golden-haired hero of the Kop.But the Spaniard could barely hit a barn door with a banjo wearing blue, infamously taking more than 900 minutes to register his first goal for the club.
David De-Gea - Toby Alderweireld - Fernando Torres - Sergio Aguero - Wanda Metropolitano - 7 stars Atletico Madrid sold to Premier League proving they're go-to place for players - dailystar.co.uk - Spain - Manchester - Madrid - Belgium
7 stars Atletico Madrid sold to Premier League proving they're go-to place for players
Atletico Madrid are set to host Manchester United in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie at the Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday night.The Spanish champions have built a reputation in the past for being the go-to place for Premier League clubs to do their shopping during the transfer windows.A host of current and past stars of the league have been signed from Atletico, including former Liverpool and Chelsea striker Fernando Torres and Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero.Therefore, here are seven of the most impressive stars sold to the Premier League by Atletico in the past.Belgian centre back Toby Alderweireld joined Atletico in 2013 after spending nine years with Ajax after joining their famous youth academy aged 15.Alderweireld made 22 appearances for Atletico as they won the league in his first season in Spain but was unable to establish himself as a regular starter.He was loaned to the Premier League the following year, starring for Southampton as they qualified for the Europa League, earning him a permanent move to Tottenham Hotspur.Across his six years with Spurs, the Belgian international made over 200 appearances and was part of a side which reached the final of the Champions League in 2019.Despite spending just one season with Atletico's first team, Rodri did spend six years in the club's academy before his spell with Villarreal.Having returned to Madrid in 2018, the midfielder's performances that season resulted in Manchester City paying over £50million to sign him a year later.He has since gone on to win a league title and two League Cups with City, becoming an integral member of Pep Guardiola's side and is capable of the occasional long-range screamer.David de Gea was just 20 when he left
Crystal Palace - Fernando Torres - Thomas Tuchel - Thomas Tuchel begs fans to stop "jokes" aimed at Chelsea flop Romelu Lukaku - dailystar.co.uk - Germany - Belgium
Thomas Tuchel begs fans to stop "jokes" aimed at Chelsea flop Romelu Lukaku
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has asked that fans stop mocking Romelu Lukaku as the Belgian's miserable form continues.The German has asked fans to stop joking about Lukaku's form as he looks to defend the £97.5million summer signing, following a quiet display against Crystal Palace.Lukaku registered an unwanted stat on Saturday as he touched the ball just seven times throughout 90 minutes against Palace, with one of those being from kick-off in the first half.It was the fewest number of touches in 90 minutes since the statistics began to be observed during the 2003/04 season, and Tuchel has been quick to back the striker.Tuchel wants the fans to support their striker rather than mock him as Chelsea prepare for an important Champions League clash against Lille, and the German explained: "Sometimes it's like this with strikers if they struggle a little bit with self confidence and find the space to get involved with a good defensive side."It can be like this, of course it's not what we want and what Romelu wants but it's also not to the time laugh about him and make jokes about him."He's in the spotlight and we'll protect him."Has Romelu Lukaku justified his price-tag at Chelsea this season? Comment belowLukaku has scored ten goals for Chelsea since his return to the club, but his second spell has been dominated by injury and also controversies stemming from off the field.But the Belgian seems to be suffering from the 'curse of the Chelsea no.9', as high-profile signings such as Andriy Shevchenko and Fernando Torres also struggled when making emphatic moves to Stamford Bridge.Tuchel was rather tight-lipped on this comparison, but did add: "There's a history of strikers struggling at Chelsea.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Wayne Rooney - Fernando Torres - John Terry - Petr Cech - John Terry snubs Cristiano Ronaldo in response to hardest player he’s come up against - dailystar.co.uk - Brazil - Manchester
John Terry snubs Cristiano Ronaldo in response to hardest player he’s come up against
Chelsea captain John Terry has snubbed Manchester United's star Cristiano Ronaldo as the toughest player he's played against in favour of Lionel Messi and Ronaldinho.Terry answered the question on his Instagram account when hosting a Q&A session on Sunday evening.The former England international answered a range of topics from if he ever wanted to play abroad to his favourite golf courses.Terry also revealed he didn't care about Wayne Rooney wearing longer studs against him - as Chelsea won 3-0, and the title, anyway.But it was his answer to the toughest player he's faced that caught the eye as there was no room for Ronaldo.Chelsea and Barcelona become semi-regular opponents during the 2000s and early 2010.And the two sides played out some classic encounters, these series of games were kickstarted by Ronaldinho's moment of magic against the Blues at Stamford Bridge. Is Terry the best centre-back the Premier League has ever seen? Let us know in the comments section The Brazilian danced on the edge of the box before curling the ball past Petr Cech in the Chelsea goal.There was also the infamous encounter in 2009, and Fernando Torres' moment of redemption in 2012.Terry is currently out of the game, having most recently been seen at Villa Park as part of Dean Smith's coaching set-up.Terry helped Aston Villa return to the Premier League, but he left his role over the summer.The Englishman also revealed in his Q&A this decision was taken to spend more time with his family.