Andy Robertson confident of Liverpool response after frank Melwood debrief

Heather Diaz
November 9, 2018

"We had a very good win against Leicester and we were competitive in all of them".

The England ace, who is still edging his way back to full fitness after a period out with injury, accepts it is time for the players to step up.

Klopp regularly conducts analysis with his players the day after a game, having reviewed the match himself at least twice but Wednesday's debrief assumed a more critical air given the nature of defeat and the precariousness of Liverpool's position in the group.

"We knew this group was going to be tough and it's proving that way". That's the Champions League - there are no teams that enter this competition that give you wins. "It's no different if we win or lose but we'll definitely have a debrief and I'm sure a few things will be said".

"Of course there'll be a reaction".

The Belgium worldwide has played only 26 minutes in the Blues' last four games after suffering the back problem against Manchester United last month, coming on as a second-half substitute in Saturday's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace.

Markovic's social media activity on Tuesday raised several eyebrows as supporters noticed that the out-of-favour winger had liked a tweet from YouTube star David Vujanic which consisted of several Serbian flags with a heart in the middle.

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He said: "You probably expect the main strikers to be the main scorers but sometimes that's not the case, especially if you play differently".

A third commented: "We didn't sign Fekir because of his bad knee".

The defender said: "It's just games that we haven't shown up in".

Amid the scrutiny aimed at Lallana, he admitted he wasn't at his best yesterday like most of his team-mates and vowed to hit back.

Richarlison, 21, has been ever present in Everton's starting XI since completing a £35million move from Watford in the summer and only Eden Hazard, Sergio Aguero and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have scored more league goals than the forward (6) this season.

"We had chances but we weren't ruthless enough, weren't patient enough".

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