Jordan Henderson believes that errors “cost” Liverpool against Manchester City and he doesn’t assume they deserve to lose against Premier League leaders.
The Reds lost 4-1 to City on Sunday with two errors by goalkeeper Alisson costing them dearly as they continue to be at 40 points, just one forward of fifth-placed Chelsea.
Mohamed Salah’s 63rd minute penalty – which introduced home a goal drought to 9 minutes short of seven hours – canceled opener Ilkay Gundogan, who saved himself after dropping from the spot within the first half.
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However with the match on its feet at 1-1 with 17 minutes remaining as Brazil’s international errant handed he gave the ball first to Phil Foden and then Bernardo Silva, main to a different goal for Gundogan and Raheem Sterling first at Anfield since leaving in 2015.
Foden blasted home a fourth late to ship Liverpool, 10 points behind City on the top of the Premier League after enjoying another sport, to third consecutive loss in home league for the primary time since 1963.
“In fact disappointed with the consequence,” said Henderson after the sport. “I do not assume the end consequence reflected the performance to be sincere however we made errors and had been penalized.
“We competed well, this was extra just like the performance we’re used to however as I say errors on the wrong moments cost us.
“It is hard to take now however in football it’s important to move fast. We have to use this week to organize the best we will for a tricky sport with Leicester.
“Sure the consequence could be very disappointing once you take a look at the score line however I felt that a lot of the performance was extra like us.
“I did not assume we deserved to lose that a lot however we made some pricey errors that cost us.
“We’re not trying on the league table, we will solely focus on the subsequent sport and try to win each sport whether or not you are top or fourth or fifth.”