Gary Neville & Jamie Carragher analyse Liverpool’s leaky defence on Monday Night Football [Video]
- April 22, 2014
“It’s Liverpool title… but when I was watching [the Norwich game] they are in trouble here. Even when it was 3-1… It’s regarding the two centre-backs.” – Gary Neville.
Liverpool’s defence was put under the microscope on Monday Night Football as Sky Sports’ two leading ex-pro pundits took turns and discussing the Reds backline.
The issue with Liverpool this season is that they set to become the highest scoring Premier League champions of all-time, whilst simultaneously becoming the champions with the most amount of goals conceded in a season ever.
Carragher noted that Liverpool have only had three 1-0 wins in the league all season, while the former Red defender seemed to enjoy talking about Liverpool’s manner of winning the league by outscoring teams rather than relying on their rearguard.
Contrasting Carra’s confidence, Gary Neville voiced his concern about Liverpool’s defence saying they need to plan for a clean sheet before the season closes.
Watch the interesting discussion below.
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