The Liverpool midfielder, James Milner, paid tribute to goalkeeper Alisson Becker because the Brazilian made a huge save against Newcastle and rejected Ciaran Clark (Ciaran Clark)’s header.
When the game ended without a goal, Jurgen Klopp’s team was frustrated with the result and saw their score drop against two relegated competitors in consecutive games.
But Milner said that in the 1-1 draw between West Brom and Anfield, the performance was greatly improved, and Allison’s later heroic skills prevented this failure that should not have been defeated.
“I think this is a big improvement [on West Brom]. We have met two very stubborn teams, giving every opportunity to earn points. “Milner said to Liverpool̵
“At least we performed better. Unfortunately, these three points are not good enough, but we must continue to work hard.
“We created enough opportunities, [were] The back is solid and we win any ball that pops up.
“But good goalkeepers, defenders, bad luck and maybe not taking full advantage of our opportunities are different.
“The important thing is to keep moving, to be patient and to make sure that the movement is moving forward.
“Sometimes it’s easy to get frustrated. Trying on difficult balls or balls that are too straight will be cut off.
“We restricted them for most of the game, but Ali is top-notch-everyone knows. Especially on a night like tonight, I can imagine it will be very cold for him. Many things stand behind.
“Then the savings like this must be carried through to the end-it shows how good he is and how big he is for us.”
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At the end of 2020, Liverpool rose by 3 points to the top of the rankings, although Manchester United has a game at hand, if they win that game, he may be at the top of the list.
Milner added: “At this time, no one wants to catch it. We have lowered the points, and everyone seems to be lowering the points.”
“[Manchester] Manchester United’s record is good, they may be the only team to go all out.
“The important thing is that we need to take immediate action and try to get a three-pointer.
“But the world is currently in a very strange place, and so is football.
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“Everyone’s life is turned upside down. It is psychologically difficult for everyone, and it is the same in football.
“Hopefully we can get out of trouble from the other end, and football is the same-we just have to keep working hard.
“It’s different, it’s a different time, and at that time you may need a crowd to provide you with lift and get it across the finish line.”