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BREAKING NEWS: former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher blames one Liverpool star for the team poor form..! I think we have to agree on this with Jamie 🤨

JAMIE CARragHER, a former Liverpool defender, has claimed that one of the team’s stars is to blame for their recent struggles.

It seems like we need Jamie’s approval on this 🤨.

Jamie Carragher, a former Liverpool defender, was somewhat critical of Mohamed Salah’s play in the dissatisfying 1-0 Premier League loss to Crystal Palace. Liverpool were the better team at Anfield in terms of possession, passing accuracy, and shots on goal, but they just couldn’t score, and Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze scored the only goal.

Goalkeeper Dean Henderson of Palace made some key save to thwart Liverpool’s assaults as the two teams traded opportunities throughout the contest. Fans and Carragher were both critical of Salah because of his lack of performance, despite the fact that he has been an important player for Liverpool recently.

 

Salah has been “not at the races” since returning from an injury he sustained at AFCON 2024, and Carragher has brought this out in his criticism of the Egyptian star’s recent performances. Some have questioned Salah’s contribution to Liverpool’s offense since his return to duty in February, given his lacklustre goal-and assist-scoring performance. It’s clear he isn’t participating, Mo Salah. For the past few weeks, it has remained that way.

 

 

After a disappointing showing by Salah, Liverpool took a further hit when injury forced promising right back Conor Bradley from the field. Trent Alexander-Arnold temporarily weakened Liverpool’s defensive stability when he replaced Bradley, which added to their problems against Palace’s tenacious defense.

 

Liverpool had more control and more shots on goal than their opponents, yet they were unable to score, demonstrating how crucial it is to be clinical when finishing off goals in sports. In order to keep chasing silverware as the title race heats up, Liverpool must fix their attacking inefficiencies and find their scoring touch.

 

Despite having 60% more possession, 83% more accurate passes, and 65% more shots on goal, the Reds were unable to score.

 

 

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