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Thiago: Liverpool did not deserve to win against Newcastle, and a difficult meeting against United awaits us

Thiago Alcantara, the player of the English professional Liverpool team in its ranks, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, confirmed that the "Reds" failure to score from the available opportunity was the reason behind the tie against Newcastle United with a goal for each, in the match that brought them together at Anfield Stadium, in the 33rd round confrontations. One of the English Premier League competitions for the current season 2020-2021.



Alcantara said in his statements to the official website of the Liverpool club, "We could have scored more goals in the first half, but we did not succeed in that, and we had to maintain this progress, because a 1-0 result never guarantees you a victory."

Alcantara added, "We did not deserve to win this match because we were unable to keep our nets clean. Wasting opportunities causes us to feel frustrated of course," explaining, "We performed well in the first half and created several opportunities to score, but the general level declined somewhat when these were not translated." Opportunities to goals. "

Alcantara added, "We had a great opportunity to rise to fourth place. We were hoping for a victory, a tie with Chelsea and West Ham, or a victory for one over the other, but in order to qualify for the Champions League, you have to deserve it."



And about how Liverpool return to settle the matches again, Alcantara explained, "It depends on scoring goals. We scored early, and we had many opportunities to score more goals. When we score two goals, the match becomes more open to us, and this makes us play more comfortably, but this is it." In fact, it is said, when you do not score, your net will receive goals. "

Alcantara concluded his statements about the fiery confrontation against Manchester United in the next round of the Premier League, saying, "Now we have to rest a little and analyze this match before the difficult confrontation that awaits us at the end of next week."



On the other hand, the global network "Squawka" reported that Liverpool had only collected five points out of 27 possible points at home in the Premier League this year 2021, with an average of only 0.44 points per match at Anfield this year.

The network added that Liverpool, led by coach Juergen Klopp, is behind Fulham, which scored the lowest (4) out of all 92 teams in the first four divisions in England.