Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Why Jurgen Klopp Must Drop This Underperforming Liverpool Star

Why Jurgen Klopp Must Drop This Underperforming Liverpool Star

A set-piece presented Everton with the game's first chance with just four minutes gone as Lucas Digne swung in a well-worked free-kick and defender Yerry Mina rose from a group of players but saw his attempt fly well wide.

Roberto Firmino scored with his first touch and Xherdan Shaqiri netted in stoppage time to ensure Liverpool kept up the pace with Premier League leaders Manchester City by winning 3-1 at Burnley. "He is okay but walking around here now in flip-flops - and you don't play in flip-flops", he said.

"I cannot say it was disrespectful because I didn't see, maybe when I see that moment I can speak more about that situation". But that's the sort of problems it can cause.

"I think he is really fun, but I do not think it this time".

Silva told Talksport, "No, he didn't apologise to me".

"My respect to Everton could not be bigger after that game".

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If Sean Dyche's side were the force they were last season, the German may be tempted to thrust Mane back into action and ask him to play through the pain.

The result puts second-place Liverpool on 39 points, two behind City, and is their best-ever start to a top-flight season in the club's 126-year history. We wanted to show that by bringing strikers on.

It was telling that Roberto Firmino was watching on from the substitutes' bench as his replacement, Divock Origi, was hooking home a last-gasp victor during Liverpool's derby win against Everton on Sunday afternoon.

However, in the fallout from the game, the Football Association have charged Klopp with "misconduct" for his zealous celebration.

Jürgen Klopp has insisted there will be no repeat of his pitch invasion against Everton in the future after accepting an £8,000 fine and a warning from the FA.

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