Daniel Amartey cameos as Leicester City suffer defeat to Liverpool

Daniel Amartey cameos as Leicester City suffer defeat to Liverpool

Daniel Amartey cameos as Leicester City suffer defeat to Liverpool

In the second half, Iheanacho took advantage of Alisson's mistake as he passed to Ghezzal who scored a goal on 63 minutes.

Four wins from four marks Liverpool's best ever start to a Premier League season.

Manager Juergen Klopp said Alisson's mistake was "not cool" but he was happy that Liverpool still "ticked the box". "The team is good, he needs time to adapt". I've got great people around me like Virg and the whole team to learn from and keep developing.

"David de Gea has it now, but maybe he lacks the ball-playing capabilities".

Speaking in his post-match interview, Alisson even tried to suggest Virgil van Dijk was to blame for his dodgy back pass.

"The main thing is that we've come away with 12 points [from 12]".

Our goal came as a direct result of the hassling and harrying that we had done all afternoon, and none of the Reds' back four (five including Alisson) wanted the ball for very long because they knew there would be a blue shirt in close proximity.

So the league leaders will face a stern test of their credentials as we head into autumn, but Klopp has the squad and individuals to keep the team on course for success, at home and in Europe. "For Alisson to be a top No 1, he and the defence have to be on the same page". The pass was not as accurate as it should have been and pushed Alisson into a unsafe area.

"It's far less risky than the old-fashioned goalkeeper who pumps it long and 50 per cent of the time you will concede possession and invite pressure back on yourselves".

Not only have Liverpool beat Crystal Palace and Leicester already this season, but they've done so without ever needing to hit top gear. We've moved on, football changes. We still used him in better situations.

"We've got a few big games when we come back but I think all the lads are just excited to go away with their worldwide teams now and some get a break and we'll come back and we've obviously got a big game against Tottenham". I actually think it was a foul but I don't want to blame it on that.

"Clearly, it was an eye-catching error, but we saw the nice little dink he did against Brighton over (Anthony) Knockaert last weekend".

The 24-year-old Brazilian is yet to appear in a competitive game for the Reds following his transfer from Monaco back in May.

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