Spanish midfielder Thiago Alcantara and Brazilian goalkeeper Alison Becker missed training Leferball Today, Sunday, with an injury, before the match against Arsenal, which is scheduled for 9 pm tomorrow, Monday at Anfield, in the third round of the new season of the English Premier League 2020-2021.
The English newspaper “Mirror” reported that Thiago Alcantara and Alison Bakeer are threatened with missing out on tomorrow’s Arsenal match, after they missed Liverpool’s training today due to injury, and the two players will undergo a medical examination on Monday to determine whether they can participate in the match.
Thiago Alcantara and Alison are in a race to regain their fitness ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Arsenal in the Premier League after the duo were injured.
The English newspaper did not reveal the type of injury suffered by the Spanish midfielder or the Brazilian goalkeeper.
Brazilian goalkeeper Alison Baker has revealed the methods he uses to control Liverpool’s defense, as the 27-year-old is one of the most important pillars of the Reds since joining from Rome in 2018, and he played a key role in crowning the Reds with their first title in the era of the English Premier League. Last season, he kept 15 clean sheets out of 29 matches he played.
“I do not like to shout at anyone, nor do I like anyone shouting at me,” Allison told the Daily Mail. “When you make a mistake, you know that you are making a mistake. We are professionals and we work every day on that.”
The Liverpool goalkeeper added, “I have made many mistakes already in my life, sometimes I got goals because of them, sometimes no goals came. I know what I need to improve, so I don’t need to tell Virgil Van Dyck, Joe Gomez or Andy Robertson what they should do.” “.
Alison continued, “We talk to each other about what makes us all more comfortable with our moves, but I don’t think that when you make a mistake, you should point the finger at someone. I believe in a different way, you talk a better way and find a solution.”
Alison commented on the defensive retreat in the Leeds United match in the first round, which ended in favor of the Reds 4-3, saying, “The Leeds match was a wake-up call. We are always looking for what we can improve and this match brought us a lot of these things, and we addressed those mistakes during the Chelsea match.” “.
Liverpool, led by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, enters a new test tomorrow when Arsenal, whose ranks includes Mohamed El Nani, is part of the third round of the Premier League.