Liverpool 2 Seville 2

All things considered this was a decent enough game and I thought a draw was a fair enough result.  We have to live now with our defending deficiencies and strange goalkeeping rotations, not that Karius was to blame for the goals we conceded in this game.  We came back well after the early setback and could have been in a stronger position at halftime and not just because of the missed penalty.  I thought we lost our shape in the second half although that might be down to the way Seville played.  The red card for Gomez was a cheap one and didn’t affect the result but personally I thought Moreno was begging for one after being booked in the first half.  Albert is a useful asset going forward but still a liability at the back, however as far as our defenders are concerned he’s not the only one.  I think the Spanish side are group favourites and because the other game ended in a draw as well, a couple of wins on the road would help the cause.

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John Pearman

Editor of the only remaining Liverpool fanzine, Red All Over The Land. On sale outside Anfield on match days. Started this Fanzine in 1995