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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.
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Horrified Liverpool fans hate Jurgen Klopp's 'FA Cup third round' line-up vs Benfica
Liverpool fans have got the jitters after seeing Jurgen Klopp's line-up for tonight's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Benfica.The Reds are strong favourites to win the tie having secured a 3-1 victory in Lisbon last week, but after fielding a team that wouldn't look out of place in an FA Cup third-round fixture, Liverpool fans are genuinely concerned that it might end up being a long old night for them.First-team shoe-ins Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold have all been dropped, while the likes of Joe Gomez and Konstantinos Tsimikas have been handed unexpected run-outs in defence.Elsewhere, James Milner has replaced Thiago in midfield, Ibrahima Konate comes in for Van Dijk, and Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino lead the line (check out the full line-up below)."That's a lot of changes for only having a 2 goal advantage," one nervous fan tweeted."Feels like we're underestimating them," said a second, while another wrote: "I get the need to rotate and keep our strongest fit, but I really don't know about that midfield."Is Jurgen Klopp's line-up too weak? Let us know what you think in the comments section.A fourth fan wrote: Is this am FA Cup third-round game? … Guys see what happened to Real yesterday? … 2 goal lead is nothing they can comeback."Klopp will almost certainly be keen to keep his stars as fresh as possible, especially with Liverpool still fighting on all three available fronts, and an FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City coming in just a few days.And with just a point separating them and City at the top of the Premier League, the title run-in is shaping up to be one of the most nail-biting in history.Let's see if Klopp's risk pays off, shall we?
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Gary Neville says Liverpool have "luxury" Man City do not in Premier League title race
Gary Neville has admitted that Liverpool have the "luxury" of forward options that Manchester City don't have as the pair battle for the Premier League title.City slipped up against Crystal Palace on Monday evening, allowing Liverpool the chance to cut the gap to one on Wednesday.And Neville admitted after the game that Liverpool's attack could make the difference in the title race.He said: "Liverpool are really dangerous. They look really dangerous."I just look at those five strikers that they’ve got and going into the last part of the season knowing that you can win an awful lot of football matches with those five upfront."Whereas City don’t have that same luxury in attacking areas."Liverpool's front four of Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mane was boosted in January with the arrival of Luis Diaz.And after impressing since his arrival Diaz was on the scoresheet for the Reds over the weekend.Salah added to Liverpool's early strike with a second to claim the three points for Jurgen Klopp's side.Liverpool have now won their last six games, while City have only lost one of their last 19. Who do you think will win the Premier League? Let us know in the comments section Neville added: "Liverpool have won the last eight, City have won 16 out of 18 before tonight, it’s obscene."The records are incredible.
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Mo Salah raises "overconfident" issue at Liverpool and insists change must happen
Liverpool are into the next round of the Champions League despite losing 1-0 at home to Inter Milan, as goals from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino in the first leg were enough to get the job done.It was the first time that Liverpool have lost at home this season as Lautaro Martinez' wondergoal separated the two sides, but a red card to Alexis Sanchez blunted Inter's search for a second.It was also the first time that Liverpool have lost in 2022, but although recent results have gone their way, they have taken their foot off the gas slightly ever since they thumped Leeds 6-0.After winning the Carabao Cup against Chelsea, Liverpool are very much on for an unlikely quadruple, but Salah has issued a wake-up call as he labelled his side as "overconfident".On a different day, Liverpool would have won the game 2-1 and Salah would be the man of the moment yet again, but it wasn't the Egyptian's day as he struck both posts in the second half.Liverpool also hit the bar via a Joel Matip header, but Salah has said that Liverpool need to do more if they are going to add to their success this season.Salah told BT Sport: "We need to start better from the beginning, we need to push a little bit more, maybe in the back of our mind we felt we were a little bit overconfident, but it’s a good game for us to take and learn from.
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Inter Milan vs Liverpool WAGs from Argentine bikini beauty to sexy gym addict
Liverpool will start their Champions League knockout campaign on Wednesday evening when they face Serie A champions Inter Milan.Inter finally broke Juventus' stranglehold on the Italian top-flight last season as Antonio Conte side were fired to the title by Romelu Lukaku.However, both men have since gone on to leave the Nerazzurri to move to Premier League sides.Liverpool, on the other hand, will be looking to repeat their 2019 success in Europe's premier competition.And there will be some familiar faces in the crowd at the San Siro, and Daily Star Sport is looking at who could be in Milan.Liverpool's shot-stopper has already tied the knot with his stunning wife, Natalia Becker.Natalia, who has amassed over 286,000 followers on Instagram, works as a Goodwill Ambassador for the World Health Organisation.The pair have three kids together, who they regularly include in family snaps on their Instagram pages.Who do you think will win the clash? Liverpool or Inter Milan? Let us know in the comments sectionLike his compatriot, Roberto Firmino has tied the knot with his stunning wife, Larissa Firmino, and they have started a family together.Larissa has 540,000 followers on Instagram, and she regularly delights her fans with snaps of her curvy body.However, she also regularly shares snaps of her family, and the pair have just welcomed their third child.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's
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Four things Jurgen Klopp got right as Liverpool grind out victory at Burnley
Jurgen Klopp’s side to secure the points and keep the deficit between themselves and the reigning Premier League champions to nine points.While the Brazilian midfielder was the one with the goalscoring touch, it was the heroics of Alisson Becker in the Liverpool goal who really ensured the points went home with the Merseysiders.The Brazilian made four crucial saves in the first half from Jay Rodriguez and Burnley summer signing Wout Weghorst.However, Sean Dyche’s side were the ones who were left to rue their missed opportunities – Daily Star Sport takes a look at four things Klopp got right against BurnleyFor the first time since their 2-2 home draw against Brighton and Hove Albion in October, Klopp deployed the terrifying trio of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Roberto Firmino all together in the same frontline.This was the most surprising decision the German made, considering Diogo Jota’s impressive form in the absence of Salah and Mane.Jota has operated in the ‘hole’ beautifully, and even scored an impressive brace in the Reds’ 2-0 home victory against Leicester City. However, Burnley’s assertive and aggressive defending style called for the subtlety and unpredictability of Firmino, rather than the agility and speed of Jota.And the Brazilian was a strong focal point at the spearhead of Liverpool’s attack, finding space in-between the Clarets’ midfield and defence, and providing Salah and Mane with a perfect back board.Like Mane and Salah, Firmino’s contract is also set to expire in the summer of 2023 - Liverpool supporters will surely hope the club pens him to a new deal.