Andy Robertson has admitted that Liverpool’s performances so far this season have been “not good enough” and that their performances have deteriorated since the start of the year.
The Reds were ruled out of the FA Cup today after losing 2-1 to Brighton on the South Coast. This is his second defeat in just two weeks after a side led by Jurgen Klopp lost him 3-0 in the Premier League. Moon.
“We were more competitive than we were two weeks ago, but it didn’t take long,” said the Scotland representative (quoted by Express). “We created chances and became more compact, but in the end we were out of the cup and it’s hard to accept that.
“At a club like Liverpool, the fans expect a lot and it’s a shame to lose with the last kick of the ball. We have to start by winning the game. It’s easier said than done. But it’s hard to fix.
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“This season has not been enough. At the turn of the year we wanted to make a fresh start. I am losing.”
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Many supporters would argue that Klopp’s midfield is letting the team down at the moment, but the overall performance of the park has been lackluster.
The full-back also admitted that he felt sorry for the supporters who traveled to Brighton in droves again, and insisted that trust within the team needed to be restored as soon as possible.
The former Hull City man added: You can see that he lacks confidence in front of goal and is a little more open in defense.
“Today we kept two clean sheets and conceded two. We need to regain our confidence. It’s easier said than done.
“We have to do it quickly, but it’s not. I’m sorry for them and the way we’re doing the show that it’s not helping the fans. We’re letting them down again.” I was allowed to.”
The Merseysiders’ next appointment is to travel to Molineux to face Wolves on Saturday before hosting neighboring Everton at Anfield on February 13.
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