Quincy Promes A Spartak Doubt For Liverpool Clash

Quincy Promes A Spartak Doubt For Liverpool Clash

Quincy Promes A Spartak Doubt For Liverpool Clash

Jurgen Klopp derided his pre-match Champions League press conference as "a waste of time" after being asked a series of questions unrelated to Liverpool's meeting with Spartak Moscow.

Instead he put it down to a collective failure, which he said was partly as a result of the attacking ethos Klopp has instilled.

It maintains the unbeated start to the campaign, was another clean sheet and sets the club up nicely for the Champions League trip to Russian Federation on Wednesday when they play CSKA. "We sometimes take a few risks in defence".

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"We know of our problems, we know that we've been underperforming so far", he said.

And Klopp admitted his side need to improve, adding: 'We need to work better together.

The Liverpool boss reiterated "Simon is the No.1", but Karius outlined his intention to prove to Klopp he can be first-choice goalkeeper.

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Spanish midfielder Juan Mata predicted United would face "a very hard game" against CSKA, who impressed in beating Benfica 2-1 in their opening group game in Portugal.

"It is good healthy competition".

The Russian side's overall record against English clubs is won nine, drawn two, lost six and their most recent encounters with Premier League opposition came seven years ago when they lost twice to Chelsea in the group stage of this competition. We're waiting to see if anybody latches onto Klopp saying "I love Harry Kane" and runs with a January transfer story.

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"I think it's got to do with our style of play, our very offensive style".

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