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15:32  11 january  2019
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Lovren: Liverpool not feeling pressure of Premier League title race

Lovren: Liverpool not feeling pressure of Premier League title race Liverpool sit six points clear at the top of the Premier League, having gone unbeaten in their opening 19 games.

Social Media . Lfc on Spotify. Kop Kids. However, Klopp is anticipating Lovren will be back in training shortly, telling his post -match press conference following the Reds’ win over West Ham United: “He is not fit. In the moment he is not available, that’s true.” Dejan Lovren . injury . Jürgen Klopp.

The Liverpool player took to social media after the game on Thursday to boast about catching the Los Blancos star with his elbow. Manchester United fans claim Lovren should be banned . Boasting about injuring another player got Roy Keane suspended.

Injured Lovren banned for social media post © Getty Images Dejan Lovren in action for Croatia

Dejan Lovren has been given a one-match ban by UEFA for comments made on social media following Croatia's Nations League win over Spain.

Having already criticised Sergio Ramos in the build-up to the game in November, the Liverpool man was filmed in an Instagram video calling the Spain squad "p******", before uploading a picture of him beating Ramos in an aerial duel in a separate post.

Ramos had attempted to defuse the feud in a pre-game news conference, insisting he had no interest in responding to the initial criticism, but Lovren claimed Luis Enrique's side lacked class in defeat.

Klopp confirms Lovren injury

Klopp confirms Lovren injury Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Dejan Lovren sustained a hamstring injury during last night’s FA Cup defeat against Wolves. Lovren limped off just six minutes into the tie and was replaced by Ki-Jana Hoever, who became Liverpool’s third youngest debutant with an impressive showing from the bench. Now, Klopp has revealed that Lovren faces a spell on the sidelines as he overcomes his latest setback, but was unable to say when he thought the Croatian defender would return. With Virgil van Dijk missing yesterday’s clash through injury as well, Klopp may have to turn to his fringe players for Liverpool’s upcoming game against Brighton, before assessing his options in the build-up to a home game against Crystal Palace. The injury comes at an untimely period for Liverpool, as they look to bounce back from their first Premier League defeat of the season at Manchester City, and get back to winning ways to ensure they remain at the top of the league.

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"We showed bigger balls than them," the 29-year-old told reporters after full-time.

"They were rude on the pitch, no fair play. We lost [the reverse fixture] 6-0 but were fair.

"Only [Alvaro] Morata congratulated us now. I've never experienced that and I am glad because they thought they were bigger than us and we proved them wrong."

UEFA found him guilty of insulting behaviour and suspended him for Croatia's Euro 2020 qualifier against Azerbaijan on March 21.

Lovren was a mainstay at the heart of the Croatia defence that reached the World Cup final in July and has largely impressed in Liverpool establishing a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League.

The 29-year-old will miss Saturday's trip to Brighton and Hove Albion, however, after sustaining a hamstring problem early in Monday's FA Cup defeat at Wolves.

Asked how long he would be out, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said: "I don’t know. It is serious otherwise he would play, but it is not that serious. It is a muscle thing and I would expect him back after maybe Crystal Palace, I am not sure. We have to see.”

Boost for Liverpool as Dejan Lovren returns to full training.
Liverpool have a few injuries ahead of the clash with Leicester City on January 30th but they have been boosted by the news that centre-back Dejan Lovren has returned to full training. As reported by the official Liverpool website, the Croatian joined in with his teammates and completed a full double training session on Friday. Lovren has been unavailable for selection since he picked up a hamstring injury during Liverpool’s 2-1 FA Cup defeat to Wolves on January 7th.

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