Sport Liverpool can no longer do it

10:05  09 february  2021
10:05  09 february  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

Liverpool revolt and subdue Tottenham / Premier League (J20)

 Liverpool revolt and subdue Tottenham / Premier League (J20) As a boss, Liverpool won in London against Tottenham (3-1) to stop their bad spiral. © Supplied by Football 365 Liverpool Tottenham Liverpool have their click match. And even if it means not doing things by halves, it allows the defending champion to push back a direct competitor to a respectable distance.

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Defeated by Manchester City at Anfield this Sunday (1-4), Liverpool saw their English championship crown slip through their fingers. The fault of the first-rate injuries, a very complicated start to the year and a kind of generalized overheating.

His friend Riyad Mahrez may come and chat him at the end of the meeting, Mohamed Salah does not really have the head in the post-match debriefing. Logically, his team, Liverpool, said bye bye to the title of champion of England , and may even yield to his intractable executioner of the day, Manchester City. Author of sixteen league goals, but less visible and influential than a year ago, he no longer fully recognizes the team from last season, the one that everyone agreed. Basically, the Egyptian striker knows above all that his team has not progressed enough to succeed in reinventing itself, unlike Pep Guardiola's Skyblues . It remains to understand why.

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Beware of wheel suckers

At the top of the Premier League when it comes to the New Year, the Reds probably did not think that a little more than a month later their chances of finishing champions would be near zero. Still, a few warning signs seemed to herald a painful dip. Indeed, after the 7-0 inflicted on Crystal Palace on December 19, , they only scored three points in five league games, and between December 30 and January 17, they chained four straight matches without scoring a single goal, letting some more than precious points slip away.

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England's best team at home and away last season, Liverpool are only tenth out of their bases, with only ten- seven points in eleven games. If it's better at home, with twenty-three units in twelve games (only City do better), Sunday's defeat is fraught with meaning since the Mersey club had not conceded four home goals in the Premier League since April 2009. Worse still, he had not chained a series of three straight home defeats since September 1963. Result, fifteen days from the end, Liverpool, 4th, conceded more goals than Arsenal, and found himself in a peloton of eight teams in which it will be necessary to beware of the suckers of wheels like Chelsea, Tottenham, West Ham, Everton or Aston Villa.

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Big sores and loss of ideas

In addition to the long-term absence of Virgil van Dijk, more than penalizing for the permeability of the Liverpool defense, Jürgen Klopp must also do without Joe Gomez, injured with the Three Lions in November, and the awkward Joël Matip, out until the end of the season due to an ankle injury. The German coach was therefore forced to bring Jordan Henderson and Fabinho down to the central hinge, cutting his midfielder to three of two of his fundamental elements, and de facto unbalancing his team. No help, Klopp has to do without Diogo Jota, who joined the hospital wing in early December when he had become much more than a luxury addition to Salah, Firmino and Mané.

Sometimes mute, too predictable and not at the top physically, the diabolical trio have suffered a slack, and the lack of creativity of the team, especially against low blocks, suffers as well. Not to mention that Andrew Robertson and Alexander Trent-Arnold are less consistent, and have had very little time to breathe. Finally, the midfielder, symbol of the tactical evils of Liverpool's 4-3-3, struggles with recovery and animation, not helped by the absence of a real recuperator among Georginio Wijnaldum, Thiago Alcántara and all young Curtis Jones. Despite this unpleasant feeling of overheating, and the feeling that this team has not changed from the previous season, Klopp's players showed against City that they still had an appetite, achieving a successful match before the two Alisson's crappy reminders. This is why it is still too early to dare to claim that Liverpool have come to the end of the Klopp cycle. Hey, that's good: next Saturday, the Reds are expected on the lawn of Leicester, currently third with three points ahead. A golden opportunity to immediately raise your head. Or keep it in the handlebars.

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