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Danny Ings Singled Out As Example Of Liverpool's Main Problem

Danny Ings Singled Out As Example Of Liverpool's Main Problem

There's the Liverpool we all know and love. The Merseyside club ended Man City's unbeaten run in this season's Premier League struggled to break down a resolute Swansea City a club which still sits bottom of the league despite their win at the Liberty stadium.

The Welsh side took the lead in the first half after a scramble in the Liverpool defence. Van Djik got caught under the ball and struck a Swansea player, Alfie Mawson reacting quickest to sweep the ball into the bottom corner amongst a melee of red and white shirts.

Liverpool huffed and puffed  but in reality they did not create many clear cut chances with the best effort falling to Salah who skied a volley after a beautifully lofted ball by Van Djik.

The absence of a certain Brazilian playmaker was heavily felt this evening as the substitutions of Danny Ings and Adam Lallana in the latter stages of the game proved fruitless.

With a sizeable chunk of money resting in Anfield coffers and the race for top four as important as ever, surely Klopp will be prompted to spend big before the end of the month.

Although it is unfair to point the finger at Ings as the reason for Liverpool's lack of a killer pass, he is a symbol of FSG's frugal spending policy, and fans were not happy when the Englishman was called into action:

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Eoin Lyons

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