Loris Karius: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp defends keeper after mistake in friendly

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A Tranmere player was caught on camera shouting 'you're f****** s***' at Loris Karius after the Liverpool goalkeeper made another blunder in a pre-season friendly.

Klopp defended Karius over the error after the game.

The Reds' under-fire No.1 cost his side in the Champions League final in May against Real Madrid. We had more chances to score, but then we conceded the goals, which is not nice.

"I don't like it". He doesn't like it but they do happen, so let's carry on and make the best of all these situations to learn from it.

'You can stop it by not asking, promise? You never ask again, that would be one little step.

The former Borussia Dortmund manager added that he believes that Karius will continue to be criticised until "he has a few fantastic games".

"We can not change that". Our job is to support Loris, that's our part of the deal.

"It is obvious, we don't have to hide it".

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And Karius managed to spill the shot, allowing it to bounce in front of him rather than taking it cleanly.

'I saw this situation 500 times in my life the ball hits his chest but what can you do'.

Goals from Adam Lallana, Rafael Camacho and Ojo were enough to hand Liverpool the victory, and the latter really staked his claim to be involved with the first-team next term.

Ben Tollitt, who appears to be a Liverpool supporter, could be seen mouthing an insult at Karius after he dropped the clanger.

Klopp said, "A lot of good things; apart from the goals [conceded] everything was pretty much good".

"Two brilliant footballers make this mistake, which one was the bigger?"

With Kent and Wilson having been amongst the goals against Chester in the previous match, Klopp really does now have a headache, with each Liverpool youngster desperate for a break. "That's the situation - 3-2, nobody injured and everybody had 45 minutes [of] intensity That's what we wanted".

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