Alisson rues Leicester error and says dribbling must be ‘last resort’

Alisson rues Leicester error and says dribbling must be ‘last resort’

Alisson rues Leicester error and says dribbling must be ‘last resort’

The London side had struggled to break down a stubborn Bournemouth outfit at Stamford Bridge but goals from substitute Pedro and Eden Hazard in the last 20 minutes secured a 2-0 win to make it four in a row for new Blues manager Maurizio Sarri.

Firmino then went on to score his first goal of the PL season to double Liverpool's lead, meaning by half time it was Leicester 0-2 Liverpool. "I made a mistake reading the play". When one person makes a mistake, it affects everyone and everyone fought back together.

"I'm really very happy with my players".

"I wanted to keep playing and keep the possession [and] now everyone is going to analyse that". "It wasn't a good pass but I could have just kicked it long".

To be fair, Alisson did warn fans that he has a high-risk style of play prior to the game.

Woof. Not good. Just a silly mistake, and you can bet he'll clear the heck out of the ball next time, which coach Jurgen Klopp told him he should have done right after allowing that goal. If you speak to an old goalkeeper, they say the most important thing is keeping the ball out of the back of the net. "It's very early days and we all know that but we want to keep the momentum going after the global break".

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"But we still want to use it. If we concede a second goal we have to take that as well". "I didn't think it would happen during the next match, but we could have cleared twice the situation before", said Klopp.

"Football is a game where a lot of mistakes happen over 90 minutes. but the reaction was brilliant and I'm completely fine".

The Leicester players all had a job to do and by and large they succeeded in winning their personal battles, such that few Liverpool players stood out on their own.

Chelsea's start under Maurizio Sarri has caught many by surprise because nobody was tipping the club for title this season, while Watford's run is an even bigger shock.

I thought Roberto Firmino coped well with the physicality of our centre-backs and was always trying to get involved, and James Milner put in a dependable shift as ever.

"He was cool after when the crowd tried to make him a bit nervous, which is of course normal".

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