Alisson criticized Liverpool’s game


Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson criticized his team’s game in Monday’s match against West Ham (1:1).

Last Monday, the Reds misfired for the second time in a row and now they just three points clear of reigning champions Manchester City. Manchester City can outrun Liverpool tonight if the Citizens manage to win in their postponed match against Everton.

Alisson, who conceded seven goals in five Premier League games after the New Year, is worried about the deterioration of Liverpool’s game and believes that his team has run out of error limit.

Becker admits that his team makes stupid mistakes and plays shaky sometimes. Liverpool started the match against West Ham very well, but after a couple of inaccurate passes, that confidence was gone. The Hammers, on the contrary, felt a surge of energy and strength.

Alisson urged his partners to get together and stop making stupid mistakes. Liverpool can no longer afford to lose points.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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