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Liverpool’s hangover begins, Leicester seek momentum and Arsenal face a tricky start to the season


Aug-26 13:51 first published at 13:51 PM

Liverpool’s slow start to the season has deeply ‘involved’ manager Jurgen Klopp, and the club is desperately looking for solutions.
Meanwhile, an inverted Chelsea facet faces Leicester this weekend in a significant clash between the two sides looking for momentum after a difficult start to their respective campaigns.

And Arsenal are on the verge of their best three-game start in 18 years, ahead of another tense match.
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Sancho and Rashford demolish the Reds | 01:00

Only three months ago, Liverpool fans fantasized about a historic trophy quartet consisting of the Premier League, Champions League, League Cup, and FA Cup.
Their 63-game season (every match provided in all competitions) included only four losses, but these losses were enough to earn them victory in the two most important competitions, the Champions League and the Premier League.
Three games into the new Premier League season, Anfield’s mood has shifted dramatically. The Reds are suffering from a hangover after one of the most difficult campaigns in history, at least since 2000/01.
Following draws with Fulham and Crystal Palace, Liverpool’s heartbreaking loss to Manchester United dropped them to sixteenth on the table after their worst start to a season in a decade.
“It isn’t the prettiest thing to look at, that is fairly obvious,” Klopp said.
Their first loss in 31 native games was a win that lasted until December last season, and it’s still too early to panic for last season’s league runners-up.
However, the concern is real, and the issues are obvious.
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‘They’re going to play soccer!’ | 00:31

The first upset at Liverpool is an unrivaled disaster in the Premier League.

Goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, defenders Ibrahima Konate and Joel Matip, and midfield trio Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, and Curtis Jones United were all missing.
Attackers Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Diogo Jota were also injured, while star signing Darwin Nez was serving the first of a three-game suspension.
If players who weren’t on this roster appeared on the field, you’d think most Premier League teams would flee for their lives.
“I am concerned about our scenario, but that is the scenario.” “To say that is an understatement,” Klopp said.

The midfield is the most concerning area, with common defensive midfielder Fabinho spending only a half-hour on the bench against United – thought to have been relegated to the bench due to type, his absence is decisive because the Crimson Devils overcame and spoiled Liverpool’s makeshift transfer that occurred. midfield

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