Jurgen Klopp still hopeful over Emre Can future

Jurgen Klopp still hopeful over Emre Can future

A Scottish left back playing for Hull doesn't have the same lustre as a bustling Senegalese midfielder or a ball-playing Dutch centre back, but Robertson's initial displays were met positively by the Anfield support.

Moreno, who had previously been seen as a perpetual liability, had looked like one of the Reds' more composed defenders this term and manager Jurgen Klopp even spoke to the club's official website this very week to claim that he'd "never had something like" Moreno's recent upswing.

Jürgen Klopp has reaffirmed his faith in Alberto Moreno after the Liverpool full-back suffered a night to forget during Tuesday's 3-3 Champions League draw with Sevilla.

Alberto Moreno has been heavily criticised for an error-strewn, second-half performance against his former club.

"Yes, I know in this game it was obviously [not his best] and that's then really my responsibility".

Moreno fans will be keen to point out that a bad game does not make a bad player, while his critics can argue that this is simply a sub-par footballers reverting back to type.

"In Sevilla, everyone was talking to him like they were talking to a family member".

"There are a lot of people over there he knows, saying "hello".

Moreno gave away the free-kick for the first then let Wissam Ben Yedder coast in front of him to head home before he fouled the same man to give the hosts a penalty soon after.

Liverpool will welcome defending Premier League champions Chelsea to Anfield in their next top-flight outing.

"It was one, two, three percent of concentration [lost]". My response would have been to think about the line-up or change or change earlier or whatever. How you concede the goals is not important anymore after the game, only for the analysis but not for anything else. "I've told him I still trust him 100 per cent".

Keane said: "We all know it's a team game but sometimes you have to point the finger at somebody and say "listen, you're killing us, you're costing us".

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