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LIVERPOOL captain HENDERSON: "We dropped the ball just in the last bit"

18.09.2019 01.27 by Claudio Colla  read 259
Source: liverpoolfc.com
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Commenting upon Liverpool CL debut defeat against Napoli, Reds playmaker and captain, Jordan Henderson, told BT Sport: “I felt we played some good stuff, it was just the final bit I felt we were missing today. Napoli are strong when playing home games, and they are going to create some good chances. You’ve got to be prepared to defend as a team, which I felt we did.

We won some great balls in midfield and counter-attacked really well, but it was just that last little bit – and obviously the mistakes for the goals – that we need to improve on. Overall, we can be better of course. We’ll take responsibility, we’ll move forward and try to react in the right way".

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