Klopp ready to unleash quartet against Moscow — Deadly four

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First-team goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has drawn much criticism over the past few years for his various calamities, and Karius, who often only has cup game appearances in order to prove his worth, hasn't instilled much confidence either. Liverpool were also mentioned, of course. We have all of the boys here.

It was another disappointing night for Liverpool in the Champions League. "We did really well in creating chances against a very defence-orientated team".

According to the stats of the last five matches, Spartak Moscow has won one game and draw in four matches whereas Liverpool won one match, lost two matches and two matches ended in the draw.

"Each game, we're getting better and stronger", the fullback told the club's official website following the match.

The Brazilian got the Reds back on level terms but Thompson thinks they will be disappointed they did not go on to win the match. In the end, that's always our fault, but we will carry on and carry on like this, or even better.

"The door is open but we have to walk through". They have adopted the old Kevin Keegan adage of 'attack is the best form of defence' and keeping the ball as far away from a Liverpool backline that causes heart palpitations among their own fans whenever they are called into action is undoubtedly for the best. To create all those chances and only score one goal feels average. It's hard when every well played game with a poor result makes things a little tougher. Overall, the performance was decent but not enough to win the game.

"The effort was great".

"It is not about the names it is about how we perform".

"I just want to praise everyone".

The draw leaves Liverpool two points behind Group E leaders Sevilla after they beat Maribor 3-0, with Klopp cutting a frustrated figure as he faced the media.

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