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There’s Wrong with Liverpool

There‘s Wrong with Liverpool

There's Wrong with Liverpool

Agen Casino Sbobet Liverpool failed to win on the weekend of the 12 Premier League. Legendary Liverpool players Jamie Carragher assess defeat the Reds were not for bad performances but did nothing wrong in the internal team.

In a visit to the headquarters Palace at Selhurst Park on Sunday (11/23/2014) night, Liverpool fell 1-3. Though they had 1-0 first quick goal by Rickie Lambert.

But, the advantage was suspended in the 17th minute after Dwight Gayle break down gawnag Simon Mignolet. Liverpool again conceded two goals in the second half by kicking Joseph Ledley and Mile Jedinak.

Though Liverpool appear dominant throughout the match. Soccernet noted the Reds dominant in the control of the ball with a ratio of 63:37 percent. Liverpool also make a lot of trial and 11 kick but only one that leads right into the goal. Palace only make nine trials but six of them right towards goal.

The defeat left Liverpool again thrown from the top 10. Brendan Rodgers made the team in 12th.

Carragher see not just this time Liverpool memmpertontonkan similar situation. 36-year-old man noticed there was an error that is piling up in the Liverpool camp.

This is more than a bad start, there is something wrong. Mental bad, there is no leadership in the field, and as a Liverpool fan, the worst thing is when the team visits the oppressed and weak. Well, that is what we are witnessing today,” said Charragher as quoted in The Guardian.

It was not for the first time. It happens throughout the season. Liverpool lost not because of the quality, they are oppressed, they lost because of enthusiasm. After scoring they lose enthusiasm, do not threaten the opponent again.

It’s an alarming situation They need four or five players. There is no manly man in the team. There is no a solid team there. There is no confidence,” said Carragher.