Liverpool analysis – no defence for same old defence, Jurgen Klopp’s message to FSG and so long Mamadou Sakho


Andy Kelly endured the Reds’ 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace and also had words on Christian Benteke and Philippe Coutinho

  • 19:30, 23 APR 2017
  • Updated19:32, 23 APR 2017

We’re sick of something all right

A damaging, damaging day.

Three home wins looked like they could get Liverpool most of the way to that cherished Champions League slot.

And with two regular banana skins out of the way with six tough points collected at Stoke and West Brom, surely a confident team could put home advantage to use against an admittedly resurgent Palace?

It was not to be and familiar failings of inconsistency re-emerged. Two steps forward and one back as it so often is.

Palace became just the 12th team to win three successive games at Anfield. A dirty dozen indeed.

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