Jamie Carragher beats his former side after being beaten 3-0 by Brighton
‘Liverpool are as bad as ANYONE in the Premier League at the moment’: Jamie Carragher leads the stunned reaction after the Reds were beaten by Brighton as fans claim they have been ‘ripped up’ by the Seagulls – and others are claiming that the fans will be REFUNDED
- Liverpool were beaten 3-0 by Brighton in Saturday’s Premier League clash
- The Seagulls have overtaken Jurgen Klopp’s side, who are eighth in the league
- Jamie Carragher said the Reds are ‘as bad as anyone in the league right now’
- Fans demanded ticket refunds after claims were ‘ripped’ from Brighton
Liverpool fans have vented their anger after being beaten 3-0 by a rampant Brighton side on Saturday.
The result, which saw Solly March score a brace before a late Danny Welbeck goal, sent the Seagulls past Jurgen Klopp’s side to seventh in the league.
Jamie Carragher claimed his former side were “as bad as anyone in the Premier League” defensively after the result, while fans were demanding ticket refunds after the Reds were “torn apart”.
Liverpool were beaten 3-0 by Brighton in the Premier League on Saturday
They have now slipped to eighth in the league after battling for four trophies last season
Jordan Henderson (pictured) and Fabinho were heavily criticized after the game
There were also concerns the result was “nothing shocking” as Brighton were “simply a better side”, a worrying thought for a side that struggled in a quadruple less than a year ago.
Other fans focused on Liverpool’s midfield blunders, arguing that manager Jurgen Klopp is ‘choosing consistently’. [Jordan] Henderson and Fabinho despite playing poorly all season.
“How this couple came out in the second half, only God knows. Klopp has doubled down to a broken midfield and groans when asked why.
The victory for Brighton puts them seventh in the Premier League, ahead of Liverpool
Jamie Carragher led Liverpool fans in condemning his former side’s performance
Some compared the misfiring duo to Brighton’s Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister, who have “ripped apart” Liverpool despite costing just “£11.5million”.
The loss was the final straw for many, with tweets saying: “This team gave us amazing memories that we will never forget but they are over. It is time to move forward and start a new era.”
‘Needs a top-down reset. Ownership, Management, Players. Allow respective people to do their jobs,” added another.
Jürgen Klopp’s side have struggled to live up to their usual standards in an injury crisis
Despite amassing a whopping 92 points last season and finishing just one point behind champions Manchester City, Liverpool have struggled this year and are now eighth in the league.
They have been hampered by injuries but will still be disappointed with the season so far, having won less than half of their 18 games.
Klopp’s men will next be in action against struggling giants Chelsea next Saturday.
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