Liverpool vs Brighton: Jurgen Klopp drops hint about Fabinho ahead of clash

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It was hardly vintage Liverpool, with Brighton fresh from their victory over Manchester United last week, well-organised at the back and frequently frustrating Jurgen Klopp's front three.

So he makes sure that we are staying with both feet on the ground, work hard and tries to make us realise that we have to do a lot to play a good game.
We didn't show the same patience and it was a more open game and there was absolutely no need for that.

Jürgen Klopp says that he wasn't very happy about Alisson chipping the ball over a Brighton forward under pressure but said the Brazilian is a very good footballer.

"We've had two very hard games and we've come out with a lot of credit". Regardless of the side picked, many supporters are predicting bad things for the away side - scroll down to see a snipped of the conversation and click through to see the rest.

The Brazilian goalkeeper signed for the Reds from AS Roma in the summer transfer window as Klopp moved quickly to add a new shot-stopper to his squad at Anfield. Man City dropped two points (or did well to get a point depending on how you look at it) earlier and that gives Jurgen Klopp's team a great chance to gain an advantage today.

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"You have to learn from it, but it is a soft goal". I thought over the 90 minutes they would have chances but I thought we did too.

Brighton kept a disciplined formation, frustrating Liverpool but creating little until a Pascal Gross header in the 88th minute forced a good save out of Liverpool keeper Alisson Becker.

"Yes [a performance] to be proud of but we're disappointed as well because the form Liverpool are in you don't get many opportunities to get something from the game", Hughton told BT Sport.

"At 1-0 down at half-time most people expected Liverpool to push on, but I thought we got stronger as the game went on".

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