Liverpool blow as Luis Diaz harm lay-off revealed – ‘Might have been worse’

Liverpool star Luis Diaz won’t play once more this 12 months having suffered an harm within the defeat to Arsenal on Sunday.

Diaz supplied the help for Liverpool’s opening aim on the Emirates, crossing for Darwin Nunez within the 3-2 defeat, however was compelled off after a tussle with Thomas Partey.

The ahead was see leaving the stadium on crutches with a knee brace and Jurgen Klopp, who introduced Roberto Firmino on to exchange Diaz, confirmed after the sport that “it doesn’t look good”.

Liverpool Echo reporter Ian Doyle confirmed on Twitter that Diaz doesn’t require surgical procedure however nonetheless faces a prolonged day trip of the facet.

He tweeted: ‘Luis Diaz received’t play once more till after the World Cup. The #LFC winger went off towards Arsenal on Sunday with a knee harm and is out for as much as eight weeks. Will miss 10 video games however doesn’t want operation. Not nice, however might have been worse.’

Klopp sarcastically described the accidents to Diaz and Trent Alexander-Arnold as “the icing on the cake” after the sport.

The Liverpool boss additionally admitted that his facet’s hopes of difficult for the title have been over.

“We’re not within the title race. It’s naive to sit down right here and suppose that we’re almost there,” the German supervisor stated.

“Now we have issues in the meanwhile however, after all, (they’re) the workforce in kind, the chief of the desk, however (we had) large issues at the moment.

“I feel even in a very dangerous state of affairs for us, with early modifications and issues like this, there are actual issues and that’s the reality for us.”

Nonetheless, the Liverpool boss believes the system being performed was to not blame for his or her current combined fortunes within the high flight.

After years of a heavy-metal 4-3-3 system, the Reds appear like they reverted to a 4-4-2 this week towards Rangers and on the Emirates.

“I feel the objectives we conceded don’t have anything to do with the system,” Klopp stated.

“Do I’ve deeper considerations? Sure, after all I’m not glad, how can I (be)?

“We’re in a troublesome second and we need to get by this collectively. That’s what we’re engaged on.”


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