Liverpool legend claims Neymar could never play for Klopp

Rex Christensen
September 20, 2018

Trent went to the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation after impressing Gareth Southgate during the Reds' thrilling journey to the Champions League final last season.

France worldwide and World Cup star Kylian Mbappe levelled with six minutes to go to seemingly rescue a point for the visitors after a one-sided Champions League clash.

Liverpool will look to maintain their ideal start to the Premier League season when they host Southampton on Saturday. It's still so unbelievably hard. "One of them a yard less tonight and it's game over". But, Roberto Firmino of Brazil came off the bench and scored the victor for Liverpool, moments before the final whistle. They were so in the game, and while we had to fight a lot we also played football. It was clear that [Jordan] Hendo would come back and it was a brilliant performance from him.

"As we all know, Neymar's not a defensive player".

Sturridge tried to change that, attempting to tee up Salah on the edge of the area only for Silva to intercept, and then Mbappe made a good run down the right for PSG only for the threat to fizzle out.

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Maybe in the second half we gave the ball away too easily but this is Anfield, Jurgen Klopp has worked with his team for three years, Liverpool press you and make it hard.

"The day before yesterday (there) was no chance (for Firmino to play), and yesterday". "Yesterday it didn't look really well and we had only one session this morning".

"I wanted to see Liverpool keep switching the play and switching the play all the time, because that was always the out ball".

"We've got a tough few games coming up - Chelsea, who have a 100 per cent record, and Southampton at the weekend", he said.

"I sent him a message on Monday saying, "Hey Bobby, come on, we need you".

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