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Jurgen Klopp defends Loris Karius after latest error

13 July 2018, 09:45 | Charlene Valdez

GETTY Loris Karius is still Liverpool's No1 heading into the new season

Loris Karius

In the second half, Karius was introduced and was beaten twice as the hosts battled back into the game with the 25-year-old at fault for the first of their goals.

Afterwards, Klopp was quick to point out Karius wasn't the only one who erred on the night.

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Speaking to Liverpool FC's website, Klopp said: "I'm not sure if I should have expected something different but it [the reception from fans] was nice, absolutely nice".

"We can not change that".

"Loris concedes that goal, but we can not start a story always after each mistake,"he said".


'You [the media] can all stop that immediately. That you [the media] do what you do, we have to deal with it.

"Let's carry on and make the best of all these situations by learning from them", said Klopp. Promise? You [the media] never ask again.

'It's obvious, we don't have to hide it, yes, he could have made that save. Yes he could have made that save even though the shot was not easy to deal with. I've seen this situation 500 times at least in my life - bam, against the chest, going down.

Two brilliant footballers make this mistake, which one was the bigger? I would say the mistake of the two boys, but we don't talk about it.

Dave Maddock's revelation last week that Klopp will be sticking with the former Mainz man was met with more anger but most fans decided if the manager was willing to be patient, then they would be too.

"[I want] to impress and give everything everyday to show the boss and help the whole team and show I can be a part of this Liverpool squad and go from there".



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