Jurgen Klopp defends under fire Loris Karius

Jurgen Klopp defends under fire Loris Karius

Jurgen Klopp has rallied to Loris Karius' defence following his latest Liverpool blunder.

But hopes of landing Roma's Alisson Becker have so far been dashed by the Serie A giant's high valuation of the Brazil worldwide.

Klopp defended Karius over the error after the game.

"Now Loris concedes that goal but we can not start the story always after each mistake".

"Yeah, it will probably happen for a while until he has a few fantastic games, that is how the situation is", said Klopp.

"We can not change that". Mistakes will happen, I don't like it - he doesn't like it, but it will happen.

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'You can stop it by not asking, promise?

"Nobody likes that goal, but if we talk about the second goal - I think it was Millie's [James Milner's] fault", he told reporters.

'Two brilliant footballers make mistakes but we only talk about one. That you [the media] do what you do, we have to deal with it.

It appears that one of the Tranmere players wasn't too impressed with Karius' howler, and he showed him little sympathy.

Rafael Camacho, Sheyi Ojo and Adam Lallana - the England midfielder captaining the side - were on target before the break at Prenton Park on Tuesday.

As it stands, however, it really doesn't seem like the German fancies any of the 'keepers on the market and as we all know, he's not one to spend for the sake of it but would rather wait for the right man to become available. Fabinho and Naby Keita started together in midfield for the first time, as Klopp fielded two entirely different teams against the newly-promoted League Two side.

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