Goalkeeper Alisson Becker Sends Positive Message To Liverpool Fans Amid Situation In The Team

Kingsley Ikechi
Alisson Becker made a positive remark on Liverpool’s recent performance as he draws the attention of the club’s supporters.

Liverpool since after the 1-0 win against Wolverhampton at the FA Cup decided to have a change of mentality which they carried on into the Premier League action against Chelsea that ended in a goalless draw at Anfield.

The Brazilian goalie applauded Liverpool’s performance against Chelsea at the Premier League admitting that there has been a little bit of improvement in the team.

“I think just because of the moment we’re in, everybody wants to change everything immediately, but it’s not like that. We have to build our game up again, we have to be patient.”

“I want to change it immediately as well, but we have to be honest with ourselves, we have to trust the process, we have to stay positive, stick together, and keep working on the things we’re working on.”

“We’re working really hard. Anybody can tell we’re not doing the things we used to do. We’ll wait for things to get better for us.”

When speaking about the goalless draw against Chelsea at Anfield, Alisson believed that there has been a little improvement with the team.

“I think the draw was fair enough for what both teams produced [and] created during the game. But we have some positive things, the clean sheet is one of them.”

“Everybody knows the situation we are [in], we have to create, building up the confidence again and defending is part of that confidence. So we keep the clean sheet with us and the way we defended on the pitch with the right attitude.”

“Chelsea were dangerous at times because of the quality of their team, their players, that’s clear. I think we dealt really well with the situations that they had in front of our goal. What we are trying to do in every game is improving every time we have the ball.”

“I think in the first half we didn’t play too much, we didn’t create enough situations and didn’t put our opponents in dangerous moments. In the second half straight from the restart of the match it was like that.”

“We put them in dangerous situations and that gives you a good feeling during the game and gives you more confidence. Unfortunately we didn’t finish those situations off that we had.”

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