Arisson missed the game against Villa due to a shoulder injury in Saturday's training. It may be that the No. 1 goalkeeper without them, as the defending Premier League champion Liverpool, was defeated 2-7 by the confident and well-trained Villa in the away game.
Klopp also confirmed in the post-match interview that Arison may be out of play for about 6 weeks due to injury, and will miss the Merseyside Derby two weeks later, and will not be able to help the Reds compete with the current league leader at Goodison Stadium. Futton played in the game. However, Klopp also mentioned that the Brazilian’s absence was not the reason for the Reds’ 2-7 away defeat to Aston Villa on Sunday.
Watkins staged a hat-trick in the first half, and Glarish scored twice in the second half, which also caused Liverpool to suffer its biggest defeat since 1963. This is also the first time since Arsenal won the championship in 1953, the defending English top league champion has conceded seven consecutive goals in a single game. Had it not been for Villa to waste a lot of opportunities, the score gap in this game might have been further widened.
Klopp said in a post-match press conference: "Of course, the situation could have been worse, so we were lucky." "But he (Arisson) will not play against Everton. "
"I don't want to give a timetable (for Arison to return from injury). It may be four weeks, but the most likely one should be six weeks."
"Even if the first goal was not very good, I don't think he (Adrian) has anything to do with the other goals tonight."
"We failed to help him tonight."
"He is a very good goalkeeper. He made 11 appearances for Liverpool last year and we won almost all the games. Tonight our goalkeeper is not a problem. (Even if the first goal was his mistake), but for The reaction to the first goal was not his problem, it was all of us."
"I know that many strange things can happen in football, but tonight's game is indeed very unusual. Aston Villa is more eager to win when facing challenges. This is what I have seen. "
Klopp praised Villa for the first time since 1962-63 that they won the first three victories in the top flight, but he also denied that Liverpool were missed by Arison due to injury while preparing for Villa, and The impact of the positive results of Tiago and Mane's new crown.
"I don't need an excuse." "These (reasons) are for Liverpool supporters and reporters."
"No matter what lineup Liverpool is tonight, I did not expect to lose the game 2-7. Aston Villa played very, very well tonight, but we also helped them. Games like this, It shouldn't happen, but it has nothing to do with the players who missed the game or the players who came on the bench."
He added: "Even if I say more tonight, it won't help the score today, so why should I be completely angry?
"Will such a big defeat still occur? I don't think so, but we will slowly prove it in the coming weeks and months.
"These boys will criticize themselves, they know that today's game is about them. We have to solve this problem, and we will solve this problem."
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