The full extent of Daniel Sturridge’s injury hell at Liverpool laid bare


Sturridge remains a gifted striker, but the Reds have all too often been unable to field him due to injuries

  • 19:32, 25 APR 2017
  • Updated07:47, 26 APR 2017

It was Jurgen Klopp’s succinct summary that compounded the misery of Daniel Sturridge ‘s injury hell at Liverpool .

The striker was once again forced to miss out as Crystal Palace secured a 2-1 win at Anfield that could have immense repercussions for their top-four push.

Klopp’s injury-hit squad forced him to name the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Woodburn and Rhian Brewster amongst his substitutes, as Sturridge sat it out with a hip injury.

Asked what exactly Sturridge was struggling with to exclude him from Sunday’s game, Klopp simply replied: “Injured”.

Once again, the Reds hitman was unable to affect proceedings due to an injury.

The hip complaint was the latest in a long list to a striker who has endured something of an injury-plagued three years since pulling up with a thigh problem on international duty for England in September 2014.

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