Andy Robertson, left-back Liverpool Football Club Revealing the reason. Why the Reds attacked to lose to Brentford 3-1 in the English Premier League football battle On Monday night, with the Reds’ players unable to play according to Jurgen Klopp plan.
Liverpool were beaten by Brentford at the G-Tech Community Stadium 3-1. Take the opening game of 2023. Having been left 2-0 in the first half thanks to Ibrahima Konate own goal against Yoan Wissa. Before Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Will tackle the door to break the egg in the second half. But in the end, the Bees came with a goal against the coffin late in the game from Brian Embumo.
As a result of that defeat, Liverpool left them sixth in the table. Seven points behind Manchester United in the top four after 17 matches. And held in the top spot by Arsenal. Already 16 points clear, his chances of winning the Premier League title fade. It’s as simple as that.
We don’t have anyone waiting to receive the ball wide in the upper half. No one is free to receive the ball. We still can’t have possession of the ball. We lost possession of the second ball. Being intercepte by them to keep the attack away. Including the set pieces as well.
“So when we put everything together we can see results like this. We are aware of the potential of Brentford. It was not difficult to point out their strengths and the team continued to do well. Obviously we were prepare. But obviously we had trouble dealing with them. “
The set-piece was Brentford’s main weapon and the source of the first two goals. That was a big disappointment for us. Being two goals behind before half-time made the struggle in the second half tough.