Jordan Henderson says Liverpool must learn from sloppy spell during Champions League win over AC Milan


JORDAN HENDERSON has demanded Liverpool gamers to learn from their lapse in focus in opposition to AC Milan.

The Reds made laborious work of their 3-2 win in opposition to the Italian aspect after conceding two targets in TWO minutes inside the primary half.

Jordan Henderson netted the winner as Liverpool went onto win 3-2Credit: Reuters

And after scoring his first Champions League goal in seven years to seal the victory, skipper Henderson needs his aspect to restrict their errors.

The 31-year-old acknowledged: “It was considerably little little bit of a curler coaster and I’m optimistic it was excellent to look at as a impartial.

“For virtually all the game our effectivity stage was actually good, clearly we had a spell in path of the best of the primary half, the final word 10 to fifteen minutes, the place we weren’t fairly at it and we had been a bit bit sloppy and we obtained punished with two targets.

“The effectivity stage for 70-75 minutes was excellent and we merely must learn about that 10 to 15-minute spell and guarantee that doesn’t occur too usually in another case you’ll get punished at this stage.

“We made laborious work of the sport nonetheless you’ve obtained to supply credit score rating score to Milan. They’re a unbelievable aspect, good gamers.

“But I thought the boys reacted so well in the second half. We kept going, kept fighting and managed to find a couple of goals to win the game, so overall delighted with the result.”


Boss Jurgen Klopp made 4 modifications to his aspect for the battle, together with bringing in Belgium worldwide Divock Origi.

And the German revealed he was relieved he may lastly give the striker his first minutes of the season.

Klopp, 54, acknowledged: “To be 100 per cent trustworthy I assumed he would perhaps go away throughout the summertime, nonetheless the soccer world is a loopy place and people clearly forgot how good he’s.

“I’m really happy I could give him the opportunity and that he used it like he did.”

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