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Liverpool Fans Were Not Happy With Their Shambolic Defending In Crystal Palace Defeat

Liverpool Fans Were Not Happy With Their Shambolic Defending In Crystal Palace Defeat
By David Kent Updated
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Football is a simple game. There are twenty two players, split into two teams, with one ball. You have to try and put the ball in the opponent's net more than they put it in yours.

Someone should probably explain that to Liverpool. They went 1-0 up on Crystal Palace in the evening kick off thanks to sumptuous Philippe Coutinho free kick. Unfortunately for them, they allowed Christian Benteke a free run inside their box for an equaliser just before half time.

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Naturally, what happened next was Liverpool decided to leave Christian Benteke have a free header inside the box. He didn't pass on the opportunity, nodding home to give Palace a vital three points and ramp up the pressure on the Reds to hold onto their top four spot.

It's safe to say, their fans were not best pleased

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Klopp's men are third in the table with 66 points. However, they've two games played more than the sides in fourth and fifth - the Manchester clubs (City on 64, United on 63). With a Manchester derby on Thursday evening, one of them is likely to leapfrog the Pool into the top four. And the extra game in hand for both is winnable (Southampton and West Brom).

Worrying times for the Merseysiders.

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