BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Jamie Carragher criticised Liverpool’s star playerfor his lacklustre performance in the team’s heartbreaking loss to Crystal Palace. Carragher said ” he should hide his face in shame cause he did Liverpool dirty. He will always be remembered as the player who made Liverpool lose the Premier league”. “Carragher is ‘unimpressed’ with Liverpool’s’sluggish’ performance during the’shocking’ loss to Crystal Palace.


Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher expressed disappointment with Mohamed Salah’s performance in Liverpool’s 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Sunday, April 14. Crystal Palace midfielder Eberechi Eze scored the only goal of the match at Anfield in the 14th minute. The Eagles had another opportunity four minutes later, with Virgil van Dijk slipping and goalkeeper Alisson Becker rushing out, but left-back Andy Robertson managed to clear the ball off the line.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Dean Henderson also made several impressive saves in the first half. Despite both sides making substitutions in the second half, the score remained unchanged, and Liverpool suffered a disappointing loss that dealt a blow to their title aspirations.

Following the match, Liverpool icon Jamie Carragher commented on Mohamed Salah’s recent performances, stating, “He’s just not at the races, Mo Salah. It’s been like that for a few weeks now.” Salah had suffered an injury at AFCON 2024 and returned to action in February. Since his return, the 31-year-old has scored three goals and provided one assist in six Premier League appearances.

In further unfortunate news for Liverpool, young right-back Conor Bradley had to be assisted off the pitch by the medical team against Crystal Palace and was replaced by Trent Alexander-Arnold. Despite statistically dominating possession (70%), pass accuracy (83%–68%), and having more shots on target (6–5) in the match, Liverpool couldn’t find the back of the net.

As for their current standing in the Premier League, Liverpool currently sit in third place with 71 points from 32 matches. In their last five fixtures, they have recorded two draws, one loss, and two wins. The Reds are trailing table-toppers Manchester City by two points and are level on points with second-placed Arsenal, who have a superior goal difference. With six more league matches remaining, Jurgen Klopp’s team will face Fulham in the Premier League at Craven Cottage on Sunday, April 21. Before that, Liverpool will travel to Italy to face Atalanta in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final clash on Thursday, April 18. Liverpool suffered a 3-0 loss at Anfield in the first leg of the tie.

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