Alisson: I'd be arrogant not to learn from Leicester mistake

Alisson: I'd be arrogant not to learn from Leicester mistake

Jurgen Klopp must be wary that this arrogance does not become complacency and ensure that it is channeled to be a positive aspect of Alisson's game, starting by cutting out more errors such as this.

" Klopp is yet to win anything with Liverpool, despite reaching three finals". We talked about that in the dressing room and I spoke to Virgil [Van Dijk, who played the ball]. They next face an away trip to Spurs after the worldwide break.

"I think we deserved to win", Gomez said.

"If you are flying constantly, you are not prepared for the hard moments - you can not be prepared - so we are".

The Reds will next be in action when they visit the capital to play the Lilywhites on September 15. We didn't drop our heads and we knew we could withstand the pressure and that is the main thing. We learn from it.

"It's all about getting results".

"I thought it [the mistake] would happen".

'Hopefully now Fabinho has games with Brazil, and then after he comes back we have games, games, games.

Leicester side here against a team who is tipped to come close to winning the league and were richly deserving of at least a point.

"We eulogised Jordan Pickford at the World Cup and it's the way forward".

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The fans were allowed to leave at the same time and it was nice to see people in blue and red shirts talking to each other about the entertainment they'd just witnessed.

"I'm over it now and it's about moving on, I can't dwell on my own disappointment".

"It wasn't a good pass but I could have just kicked it long".

Speaking about his mistake, Alisson said: "It was bad judgement".

Huddersfield were also seeking their first victory of the campaign and there were two goals in two minutes as they took on Everton at Goodison Park.

Nice, too, to be playing regularly for Liverpool.

"All I can do is play", he said.

"I won't be arrogant of saying that I will keep doing this". I actually think it was a foul but I don't want to blame it on that. What he had and what the great keepers have is the aura that Peter Schmeichel used to have. We're both grateful for that and he puts faith in us to perform.

Chelsea's start under Maurizio Sarri has caught many by surprise because nobody was tipping the club for title this season, while Watford's run is an even bigger shock.

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