Liverpool need to improve after missing out on draw with Luton
Liverpool were only able to draw with Luton Town despite having more possession and more chances, and Jamie Carragher has spoken out about areas that urgently need to improve. Report from
Jamie Carragher thinks Liverpool still have a lot to improve after drawing with Luton Town in the Premier League on Sunday night.
The Reds had to equalize with the hosts after Luis Diaz’s header in the 95th minute saw them narrowly reclaim points at Anfield with a score of 1-1. Carra spoke about the game of the German team. Gen Klopp said
“Liverpool’s midfield has actually improved more than last season. But they still don’t have a top ball-holding midfielder in the team.”
“Mac Allister is not yet a top holding midfielder. He really plays well with the ball. But the defensive game still has problems. and still lacks the speed to play in that position.”
“As for the back four panel Players who play in specific positions are still too common. But those who play well have to take on two roles at once.”
Returning to play in the second half in the 80th minute, Luton got a 1-0 lead from the moment when Issa Kabore launched the ball from the right side into the middle. Tahith Chong, a substitute, inserted a charge into the net.
But in the 90th + 6th minute of injury time, Liverpool equalized at 1-1 when Harvey Elliott launched the ball into the penalty area for Luis Diaz to head in beautifully.
During the remaining time, both teams could not do anything more. The game ended with Liverpool tying Luton Town 1-1. Liverpool gained 24 points and rose to 3rd place in the table.