Not Good Enough: Liverpool Won’t Be Champions Playing Like This

For the second game running, Liverpool have been held again by another Premier League team who have carefully analyzed the team’s weakness and expertly set up to frustrate their momentum.

West Brom and Newcastle United have both understood that Liverpool’s swashbuckling football can be nullified by playing five men behind the ball while restricting Trent Alexander Arnold and Andrew Robertson from sending in inverted crosses.

Attack wise, Liverpool can be pegged back.

The Reds can be stopped from scoring by playing 5 or 6 men behind the ball and then beaten by playing balls over their slow defenders.

Its time Jurgen Klopp realize that his team has weakness all over the team. The attack is blunt without Diojo Jota leading it and scoring goals for fun. . The midfield lacks creativity or bite without Thiago Alcantara and Fabinho in it and in defensive, the reds is vulnerable and easy to penetrable.

Klopp must change his team now before its too late. He has to win trophies to keep the likes of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.

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