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Michael Owen outlines 'worry' Jurgen Klopp will have over Liverpool start
Liverpool striker Michael Owen says Jurgen Klopp should be concerned about his side's work-rate following their stuttering start to the season.Speaking ahead of the Reds' Champions League opener against Napoli, Owen noted that every single one of Liverpool's first six Premier League opponents had statistically outrun Klopp's side and warned that their shaky form could continue if nothing changes."They haven't outrun a single team this season, every team has outrun them [and] been more physical so that will be a worry," Owen told his BT Sport colleagues.READ MORE: Raging Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp slams 'embarrassing' question from reporter"Until they get their full squad back, we might see that stuttering start continue."Liverpool have won just two of their opening six Premier League matches, leaving them six points off the top of the table and five points behind defending champions Manchester City, and have looked well off the pace since the start of pre-season.Three draws and a defeat to Manchester United have set an uncomfortable tone for the season, and while their 9-0 win over Bournemouth was as emphatic as they come, they had to rely on a 98th-minute winner to beat Newcastle in their only other victory.Is Jurgen Klopp's time at Liverpool nearing its end? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Liverpool have been unlucky with injuries, especially in midfield where they've lost both Thiago Alcantara and Naby Kieta in recent weeks, but their (usually reliable) top players like Mo Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold have looked out of sorts.Record signing Darwin Nunez hasn't really settled yet either and his red card against Crystal Palace arguably summed up his rocky start in English
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Virgil van Dijk 'looks like he's in Oasis' with static defending for Sancho goal
Virgil van Dijk was caught doing a Liam Gallagher impression as Jadon Sancho put Manchester United ahead during their 2-1 win over Liverpool on Monday night.The Dutchman is undoubtedly one of the best defenders around, but fans were bewildered when he decided not to close Sancho down on the edge of the box, choosing instead to stay rooted to the spot with his arms behind his back, mimicking the iconic on-stage pose of former Oasis front man Gallagher."Why was Van Dijk just standing there like he's the singer in Oasis when he could've moved forward to block Sancho's shot?" one fan tweeted, while another said: "Van Dijk looking like he's about to sing Wonderwall there."READ MORE: James Milner 'roasts' Virgil van Dijk and fans can't get enough of Liverpool beef"VVD looked like a s*** Oasis tribute act for that goal," a third wrote.Fans on social media weren't the only ones perplexed by Van Dijk's antics. James Milner, who had thrown himself at Sancho's dummied shot moments earlier, was seen screaming at his team-mate as United celebrated, appearing to tell him he should've "got out" to the United forward to block the strike.Marcus Rashford doubled United's lead in the second half and although Mo Salah grabbed a late goal for the visitors, it wasn't enough to stop Erik ten Hag's side registering their first points of the season.If Van Dijk is Liam Gallagher then which Liverpool player is Noel? Let us know in the comments section below.Having failed to win any of their opening three matches, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool find themselves in 16th place.
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Four things Erik ten Hag got right as Man Utd seal stunning victory over Liverpool
Manchester United have finally arrived after sealing a stunning victory over Liverpool at Old Trafford.Anti-Glazer protests might have been the talk of the town going into the game, but there'll be nothing but positivity in the Manchester air this evening as United climb off the foot of the table to leapfrog the visitors into 14th.Goals from Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford put United ahead before Mo Salah grabbed a late consolation for Jurgen Klopp's Reds, but it was the Red Devils who stood tall in the end as they downed Liverpool for first time in the league since 2018.So without further ado, here are four things Ten Hag got absolutely spot on tonight.READ MORE: Cristiano Ronaldo 'totally blanks' Jamie Carragher in awkward pitch-side encounterIt wasn't exactly the biggest shock given how desperate the Portugal superstar is to quit the club, but it took a certain amount of bravery for Ten Hag to leave Cristiano Ronaldo out of his starting line-up.Sulk or no sulk, the 37-year-old is arguably United's only consistent source of goals and after back-to-back defeats to Brighton and Brentford, few could've blamed him for giving Ronaldo the nod.But Ten Hag resisted, and was duly rewarded. United were slick and tenacious in attack, pressing from the front and constantly nipping at Liverpool's heels - something they'd have struggled to do with Ronaldo strolling about up front.Can Man United finish above Liverpool this season? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.The other huge call Ten Hag made was leaving captain Harry Maguire out.
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Liverpool fans spot Harvey Elliott's brilliant pass to Mo Salah for pre-assist
Darwin Nunez will be the talk of the town in Liverpool tonight after netting against Fulham but Harvey Elliott's role in the build-up to the goal hasn't gone unnoticed either.The 19-year-old played a gorgeous first-time, round-the-corner pass to put Mo Salah through seconds before the Egyptian picked out Nunez in the six-yard area for his first Premier League goal, and fans on social media were keen to recognise the youngster's impact."The touch by Harvey Elliott to open up the field and play Salah in so that he can set up Nunez was sensational," one Liverpool fan tweeted.READ MORE: 4 things Jurgen Klopp got wrong as Liverpool stumble to 2-2 draw against Fulham"Don’t overlook Harvey Elliott in that goal," another commented, while a third wrote: "That first-time pass by Harvey Elliott to Mo Salah is a thing of beauty."One supporter even suggested that Elliott deserved to start in front of captain Jordan Henderson: "Harvey Elliott contributes straight away, I am not kidding when I say Henderson should never start RCM again if Elliott is available."Elliott became the youngest player ever to start a game for Liverpool back in 2019, mere weeks after joining the club from Saturday's opponents Fulham for an undisclosed fee.Should Harvey Elliott start for Liverpool? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.He spent the following season on loan at Championship side Blackburn before making 11 appearances for Jurgen Klopp's side across the 2021/22 campaign - and probably would've made more had he not needed ankle surgery.Fulham's Aleksandar Mitrovic put the hosts ahead on Saturday before Nunez's neat flick brought Liverpool level.
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