Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson has reviewed the results of the match against Brighton (0-1) in the 22nd round of the English Premier League.
“Brighton were stronger. We had a very disappointing game in every aspect. The opponents must be given credit for a good game. They created chances, they pressed us – they did what we wanted to do,” said Robertson to BBC.
“We didn’t really do anything. After a long unbeaten streak at home, we lost twice in a row. When you don’t show yourself, you can’t achieve results.”
“Absolutely all the games with Manchester City are crucial. We are not in the championship race at the moment.”
“We are seven points behind them and they have a game in hand. I am sure they would say the same if they were 10 points behind, for example.”
“We need to get back the Liverpool that everyone knows. We remain a good team and we haven’t become a bad team in one night.”