Liverpool’s Brazil goalkeeper Alisson Becker has revealed why he was unhappy with his team-mates. After the Reds lost to Real Madrid in the last 16 of the Champions League on Wednesday. come
Liverpool lost 1-0 to Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. In the second leg of the UEFA Champions League knockout round on Wednesday night, March. Brazil goalkeeper Lisson Becker reflected on their performance from the two matches and questioned the attitude of his team-mates. In spite of the performance in the second leg, they lost only one goal. But the Reds clearly lacked intensity and effort throughout the match.
In this UFABET game, one would expect them to go swiftly from the start and try to bridge the gap after losing the first leg 5-2, but quite the opposite. Instead, Liverpool looked quieter than they used to be and rarely created clear chances throughout the game. Senior players such as Mohamed Salah, Fabinho and James Milner were expected to lead the side against the La Liga giants, but they have shown quite a bit of form. substandard
And now, Alisson has revealed that he gave his best on the pitch and left with pride and confidence. He is without a doubt the best player on the field and made a number of world-class saves to deny Real Madrid. “I think every moment of the season has a reason for it. And today we can say it’s the attitude of the players on the pitch. Maybe because of the first game, which was a very wide scoreline, coming here, beating Real madrid outside It’s hard to…speak as a human being now. It’s hard for you to build expectations of qualifying,” Alisson told TNT Sports.
“Now I’m wearing a Liverpool shirt. I played Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu, the least I had to do was do my best. that’s my opinion I believe I did my best. I left here relieved. And now when it comes to teamwork We have more to do. And this season of ups and downs, this season, every moment has a reason.
“We have injured players. I think we don’t like talking about it in football ′′ We won’t use it as an excuse. But injuries definitely hurt us. Right now we only have one player who can’t play. So that was no longer an excuse. It’s been like this for more than a month . we play bad But we didn’t play well enough for this game ′′ We lack attitude. We still lack something many more things.”
Judging from the interview He was clearly dissatisfied with his attitude and lack of effort from his teammates. It has been a dismal season for Liverpool so far and they will likely end the season without any trophies. It remains to be seen if the Reds will return to strength from the Champions League elimination and finish the Premier League season strong and qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League. Missing out on the Champions League would be costly for the club, both financially and transferring players.