Loris Karius Makes Another Howler For Liverpool Against Tranmere

11 July, 2018, 16:14 | Author: Suzanne Horton
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was pleased with their 3-2 friendly win at Tranmere Rovers.

The German keeper is probably still having nightmares about his mistakes in last season's Champions League final and ahead of the new campaign, he continues to be in calamitous form.

Karius, 25, was making his second appearance for Liverpool since his high-profile errors against Real Madrid in May's Champions League final, but Klopp defended his goalkeeper after he spilled a free-kick and Rovers scored from the loose ball.

Liverpool emerged as 3-2 victors but in his second appearance since the Champions League final - when his two mistakes cost Jurgen Klopp's side - Karius made a very large error.

"We can not change that". We had more chances to score, but then we conceded the goals, which is not nice.

Ben Tollitt, who appears to be a Liverpool supporter, could be seen mouthing an insult at Karius after he dropped the clanger. Our job is to support Loris, that's our part of the deal.


Liverpool trio Sheyi Ojo, Harry Wilson and Ryan Kent are all knocking on the first-team door and Jurgen Klopp may be getting a headache.

'Two brilliant footballers make mistakes but we only talk about one.

Klopp said that Karius will be heavily scrutinised by the media and fans until he can string together some consistent performances for the club but that the media can help by stop asking about his obvious mistakes.

He said: "No one likes that goal but, if we talk about that, then the second goal is Milly's [James Milner's] fault".

On the match, Klopp continued: "Apart from the goals [conceded] everything was pretty much good".

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