Jurgen Klopp defends Loris Karius after latest error

Jurgen Klopp defends Loris Karius after latest error

Jurgen Klopp defends Loris Karius after latest error

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp defended Loris Karius after the embattled goalkeeper's error led to a goal in a pre-season friendly win over Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday.

Karius, who cost Liverpool dearly with a pair of very bad mistakes in the Champions League final against Real Madrid, spilled Ollie Norburn's free-kick and Jonny Smith scored on the rebound.

But, while many questioned Karius' position as Liverpool's number one, Klopp backed his man ahead of the new season, but the latest instalment of his goalkeeping mishaps may force Klopp into the transfer market ahead of the new season next month.

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"Two brilliant footballers make this mistake, but we don't talk about it".

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 big error.

"I don't like it, he doesn't like it, but it will happen, so let's carry on and make the best of all these situations by learning from them".

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'You [the media] can all stop that immediately.

'Yeah, it will happen until he has a few fantastic games.

Elsewhere Klopp said that he was impressed by the performances of forwads Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge and added that he will give the duo time to show that they deserve to stay at Liverpool following respective loan spells at West Bromwich Albion and Wolfsburg last season. The German goalkeeper played 45 minutes at Prenton Park.

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Asked how he felt when the ball hit the back of the net, Camacho told Liverpoolfc.com: "Very good, to get my first goal for Liverpool was a major feeling".

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