Jurgen Klopp gives Liverpool FC injury update on Dejan Lovren

Jurgen Klopp gives Liverpool FC injury update on Dejan Lovren

"Klopp gave an opportunity to some senior pros who have been waiting for their chance but they wasted it".

"[It is his] hamstring, is what I heard - without any signs before".

Jurgen Klopp's side were beaten at Wolves, with the cost more than another trophy ambition.

"I am not sure what you would have said if I had started with Fabinho and Ki-Jana [Hoever] from the start".

"Of course, we are disappointed after this game because we lost, first of all, but I think we didn't deserve this result because we tried to play football", Shaqiri told Liverpool's official website.

Hoever's introduction meant Liverpool played the majority of the match with a 16-year-old debutant and a Brazil midfielder, Fabinho, as their central-defensive partnership.

"You certainly couldn't attach any blame to the young lads". He came on and did well.

"Back-to-back defeats now, which really isn't good enough for us, but you have blips in a season".

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"I don't know in this moment".

Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana and Virgil van Dijk were all revealed to have been suffering with minor injuries while Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are long-term absentees.

Indeed, to put the age gap into some kind of context, Hoever had not seen his first birthday when one of his Liverpool teammates made his own senior professional debut.

Liverpool went on to lose 2-1 at Molineux and it has now been confirmed that the defender will also have to miss their upcoming fixture with Brighton.

"Then after we got ourselves back into the game at 1-1 we were so slow to close Ruben Neves down and he hammered one into the bottom corner".

With the Champions League not set to continue until mid-February, Liverpool can now just concentrate exclusively on the Premier League.

"But there are still a few days to go until we can have them in team training, until [Joel] is ready for contact, which for a centre-half is pretty important".

"Then we hit the crossbar".

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