Henderson laughs at rumors of a Liverpool bust

Jordan Henderson has dismissed hypothesis on social media that goalkeeper Alisson Becker and Andy Robertson had a bust after Leicester lost.

Saturday’s defeat at Leicester was Liverpool’s third in a row, main Klopp to confess that their Premier League title defense was over after they fell 13 points behind leaders Manchester City, who’ve played one much less recreation.

The Reds can briefly neglect about their domestic difficulties as they resume their Champions League marketing campaign against RB Leipzig on Tuesday night time, and Henderson is eager to reward his manager’s religion within the group.


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Forward of the journey to Budapest for the first-16 conflict against the Bundesliga side, Henderson said: “The manager is excellent in conditions like this, in adversity he’s the one we hearken to most.

“He’s at all times there for us and making an attempt to guard us probably the most, however as players we take full duty. It is as much as our players to change the place we’re in. There aren’t any query marks over the manager and how he responds after video games.

“It really responds utterly against what individuals would assume and handles conditions like that very well. That is why we wish to go out there and put performance on, not just for the team however for him too.

“It is our duty to get out there and preserve working hard, preserve preventing to try to change this troublesome time we have been going by way of in latest weeks. Hopefully we will do that (against Leipzig). ”

On the bust of Alisson and Robertson, Henderson added: “I do not assume I even have to remark on one thing like that. Somebody is sitting behind a keyboard making rumors of the manager or players within the dressing room.

“I need not say something about it. Not really. I particularly preferred the one the place Robbo and Ali have been preventing for one thing. That disappointed me, however aside from that, I did not give it a lot thought. ”

Liverpool surrendered three occasions within the house of a turbulent seven minutes within the second half at King Energy Stadium as they trailed to their third loss this month, following clashes against Brighton and City.

Henderson said: “It is troublesome. We set requirements for a protracted time, and then shedding a number of video games in a short interval of time will not be regular for us, so it is one thing we have to regulate to in a short time.

“However I really feel just like the lads give every thing after we’re coaching and each time we play. I really feel like as soon as we get out of it, hopefully we’ll be a lot stronger as a team for it before later.

“Generally energy is available in adversity and you stick collectively as a team and undergo it and if we do that I am certain we’ll be even stronger coming to the end.”

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