Liverpool stars appear to be showing signs of frustration after club skipper Jordan Henderson chose to make his fury at goalkeeper Alisson clear in full view of everyone.
The moment came midway through the second-half of the game at Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea. Henderson was fuming with his team-mate for failing to communicate with Fabinho and nearly costing Jurgen Klopp’s side dearly.
The Liverpool skipper has never been one to shy away from letting his colleagues know what he thinks and it was the same again on Tuesday as he screamed in the face of Alisson.
While covering the incident on talkSPORT, England legend Stuart Pearce said: “It stems from Saturday, you can see the frustration there.”
But, the two were willing to forgive and forget by the time full-time rolled around, as Henderson and Alisson left the pitch arm in arm chatting to each other.
It was an underwhelming performance from Henderson and his teammates. Liverpool can consider themselves fortunate to come away with a point, as the Blues were guilty of wasting a number of chances throughout.
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Klopp made the changes before kick-off, making six alterations to the starting XI that started Saturday’s 4-1 hammering at the hands of Man City at the Etihad.
Speaking ahead of kick-off, Jamie Carragher told Sky Sports: “No it’s more than you do expect and what Jurgen Klopp’s done since he came in is there’s certain players who just play every game, you know, and those players, some of them aren’t playing tonight.
“You look at the back four, Virgil van Dijk, that’s down to illness we’re told but Trent Alexander-Arnold you’re always expecting to be on that team sheet. Mo Salah being another one, Andy Robertson being another one.
“He hasn’t just changed the team, he’s changed mainstays really who are there week-in week-out – not just this season but for years gone by.”