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12 September 2017, 12:48 | Percy Christensen
Coutinho came off the bench for Brazil and scored in their win over Ecuador
However, the 24-year-old made a disappointing start to September after Mane was controversially sent off in the first half following a clash with Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson. The hosts then took a firm grip after Mane's dismissal.
The day opened with Manchester City thrashing Liverpool at the Etihad with Leroy Sane and Gabriel Jesus each scoring twice, and it ended with Manchester United drawing to end their ideal start to the season.
Liverpool are next in action on Wednesday when they open their Champions League group stage campaign at home to Sevilla, before welcoming Burnley to Anfield in domestic competition next weekend.
"I think it has not broken the bone".
"It's so important for us to feel that we have one guy to help the central defenders".
While Liverpool boss Klopp will now feel he has the reinforcements in the squad to fill in for any particular player from game to game, missing Mane for three successive fixtures would still be a blow. "That changed the game and we know it". "I just have no faith with Jurgen Klopp in charge", he lamented.
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The Cardinals filled gaps on defense, special teams, and in a couple of areas of deficiency on offense. Golladay had put the Lions ahead earlier in the fourth quarter with a leaping grab in the end zone.
Liverpool would be loathe to be without their No. 19 for the trip to Leicester, on September 23, and will hope for at least a reduction of one game in the hearing. Both teams were not compact. Pascal Groß scored twice and set up the third goal by Tomer Hemed, while James Morrison nabbed one back for the visitors. "We faced a very hard team". We cannot change luck but we can change performance. All three up front were not really involved.
De Bruyne, in comments published by the British press on Monday, said: "The guys who have come in have a very physical quality, they are very strong, very pacy".
"You don't lose 5-0 when a lot of things are right but I am not concerned in the long term".
City did not look so smooth and lively going forward, that even disrupted the free flowing passing they're renowned for.
"And if players are properly defending in midfield (you have a better chance) - we are usually much better at that than we were against City".
"We had one of these days where everything so obviously goes against us".
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