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Jurgen Klopp and Trent Alexander-Arnold make up after touchline spat as Patrice Evra claims Liverpool had been ‘fortunate’ in opposition to Fulham


Jurgen Klopp gave the impression to be irritated with Trent Alexander-Arnold throughout Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Fulham on Saturday.

The Reds right-back obtained on the German’s flawed aspect when failing to acknowledge Neco Williams as he was substituted within the 68th minute.

Alexander-Arnold ignored Williams when coming off

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Alexander-Arnold ignored Williams when coming off

Klopp had words with Alexander-Arnold afterwards

Klopp had phrases with Alexander-Arnold afterwards

Klopp and Alexander-Arnold exchanged phrases, earlier than the latter sat down as Mohamed Salah’s penalty cancelled out Bobby De Cordova-Reid’s opener at Craven Cottage.

Klopp continued to speak to Alexander-Arnold when he took a seat

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Klopp continued to talk to Alexander-Arnold when he took a seat

Nevertheless, the pair made up a couple of minutes later with Klopp shaking arms with Alexander-Arnold.

Alexander-Arnold’s minutes are being fastidiously managed after he just lately returned from a calf harm, which sidelined him for nearly a month.

All is well with Klopp and Alexander-Arnold

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All is properly with Klopp and Alexander-Arnold

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra claims Liverpool had been ‘fortunate’ to go away west London with some extent.

Alisson denied Ivan Cavaleiro and Ademola Lookman with key saves within the first-half because the Reds improved after the break.

Evra advised Sky Sports activities: “Fulham performed a extremely good sport, particularly the forwards Cavaleiro and Lookman, they prompted a whole lot of issues to the Liverpool defence.

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“Within the midfield that they had a stable sport, particular point out to [Andre-Frank Zambo] Anguissa. I feel Liverpool had been fortunate to get away with some extent.

“Fulham deserved the three factors tonight. [Fulham boss] Scott Parker have to be actually happy along with his staff.

“Once I have a look at the underside staff, Sheffield United, West Brom, Burnley, Fulham seem like the staff that ought to keep within the Premier League.”





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