Jurgen Klopp and Trent Alexander-Arnold make up after touchline spat as Patrice Evra claims Liverpool were ‘lucky’ against Fulham December 14, 2020 – Posted in: Soccer

Jurgen Klopp appeared to be annoyed with Trent Alexander-Arnold during Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Fulham on Sunday.

The Reds right-back got on the German’s wrong side when failing to acknowledge Neco Williams as he was substituted in the 68th minute.

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Alexander-Arnold ignored Williams when coming off

Klopp had words with Alexander-Arnold afterwards

Klopp had words with Alexander-Arnold afterwards

Klopp and Alexander-Arnold exchanged words, before the latter sat down as Mohamed Salah’s penalty cancelled out Bobby De Cordova-Reid’s opener at Craven Cottage.

Klopp continued to speak to Alexander-Arnold when he took a seat

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Klopp continued to speak to Alexander-Arnold when he took a seat

However, the pair made up a few minutes later with Klopp shaking hands with Alexander-Arnold.

Alexander-Arnold’s minutes are being carefully managed after he recently returned from a calf injury, which sidelined him for almost a month.

All is well with Klopp and Alexander-Arnold

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All is well with Klopp and Alexander-Arnold

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra claims Liverpool were ‘lucky’ to leave west London with a point.

Alisson denied Ivan Cavaleiro and Ademola Lookman with key saves in the first-half as the Reds improved after the break.

Evra told Sky Sports: “Fulham played a really good game, especially the forwards Cavaleiro and Lookman, they caused a lot of problems to the Liverpool defence.

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“In the midfield they had a solid game, special mention to [Andre-Frank Zambo] Anguissa. I think Liverpool were lucky to get away with a point.

“Fulham deserved the three points tonight. [Fulham boss] Scott Parker must be really pleased with his team.

“When I look at the bottom team, Sheffield United, West Brom, Burnley, Fulham look like the team that should stay in the Premier League.”

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