Jurgen Klopp does not know when the Liverpool defender is coming from Cameroon It Can Play Again
The injury that still plays Joel Matip seems a bit more severe than previously thought Agen piala dunia 2018. Jurgen Klopp even still do not know exactly when the Liverpool defender from Cameroon could be re-played.
In recent weeks the name Matip had to pull over due to injury. The former Schalke 04 player apparently still has not recovered from his abductor muscle problems, so Ragnar Klavan, Dejan Lovren, or even other non-defender players have to take turns filling in the post he left behind. Matip was parked when Liverpool play against Sevilla and Southampton.
After playing for a full 90 minutes against Stoke City and Chelsea in the Premier League, Matip must be absent again when the Reds travel to the headquarters of Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend. This makes him again doubtful to graze on matchday six Champions League counter Spartak Moscow at Anfield.
“His leg muscles still hurt. I do not know for sure until when Matip had to pull over but obviously Wednesday (vs Spartak) he will not take part, “said Klopp on Liverpool’s official website.
“Absent for a month? I do not think it will be that long. But everything is still possible. We have to wait again,
“Emre (Can) should return to play as a central defender like Gini (Wijnaldum). They must be so because we have no other players who can, “said the German architect.
Currently Liverpool still controlled Group E with a collection of nine points, one ahead of Sevilla in second place. But to ensure themselves become group winners, they must beat Spartak who had held their series in the first encounter. Failing to score three points seems too naive for the Red Merseyside to expect Maribor to beat Sevilla.
With the finish as group winners then Liverpool will have a chance to avoid opponents who status other group winners. Although there are also Real Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, AS Roma, Napoli, and Atletico Madrid are still likely to escape from the runner-up line of the group. (Source: Four Four Two)