I don't see Manchester United winning the title

Silvia Morton
August 10, 2018

There was also another promising display from 21-year-old Nathaniel Phillips, who played nearly the full 90 minutes at centre-back, and a nice moment midway through the second half when Loris Karius, whose errors contributed to Liverpool's defeat in last season's Champions League final, replaced Alisson to huge cheers from the home crowd.

After signing goalkeeper Alisson for £65 million last month, Klopp had said he thought the Brazilian would be Liverpool's last signing of the summer.

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"He is a very important option but I have no clue what we will do".

'Obviously he was not feeling really well so we sent him home again and I didn't see him so far and I didn't ask anybody, so we will see.

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"Being in our box three times alone in front of the goalkeeper should not happen".

"For Raggy (Klavan) and Joel it is probably not good enough as they are not fit for the weekend, but we don't need 12 centre-halves".

"We wanted to help him a little bit with the position so that it's not too complicated, gave him a lot of freedom, offensively playing natural, plus offering runs in behind, which is what he did, especially around the Sturridge goal". It's a great price - a world-record price - and when you pay that type of money you are expecting a top goalkeeper, but he will be new to the Premier League so let's see how he adapts.

"The boys who trained from the beginning could go 90 - Millie could have gone 90, Gini could have gone 90, but you saw Sadio, Mo... He needs training now and maybe he needs the game on Tuesday".

In the second half at Anfield, midfielders Fabinho - who missed an early penalty - and Marko Grujic both filled in as Van Dijk only played 45 minutes, but Klopp is not anxious ahead of Sunday's visit of West Ham.

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