Keeper Karius to start for Liverpool against Spartak Moscow

Rosalie Stanley
September 26, 2017

Teenaged striker Ben Woodburn has been left out of Liverpool's squad for the Champions League group game against Spartak Moscow on Tuesday despite his heroics for Wales.

"I am not sure if I have to make a decision like this (about who is the Champions League goalkeeper)".

The tipping point came when Klopp, whose side are looking to take control of Group E by beating Spartak Moscow, was asked by one broadcaster which of his players "he loved" following Mauricio Pochettino's weekend comments about Harry Kane. We can sit here and go through footage and draw out how we'd perfectly like to defend a set-play - it's easy to do that - but defending is all about attitude and I don't think he's bought players who have the right attitude towards defending.

You can see Klopp's mood visibly shift as he hears the question and although he did answer it, he labelled it a waste of time.

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'I really don't understand the business anymore but yes I said I love the club, that includes the players'. Three of that back four - Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Alberto Moreno - are now first choice but the manner in which they twice allowed the Foxes back into the game at 2-0 and 3-1 suggests there is still work to do.

We know plenty about Tuesday's three participants from England as Tottenham and Liverpool take to the skies to face APOEL Limassol and Spartak Moscow respectively, while Manchester City entertain Shakhtar Donetsk.

'Phil is still a young player so I hope he can still develop. We need to do that better and that's what we are working at all the time'. It is not important for Russian Federation. We're waiting to see if anybody latches onto Klopp saying "I love Harry Kane" and runs with a January transfer story.

Spartak also drew, 1-1, with Maribor.

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