Arsene Wenger claims that the Liverpool pair were ‘not getting information’ yesterday.

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Arsene Wenger told BIR 11 (2/13/21 at 2:45 pm) that Liverpool duo Allison Baker and Ozan Kabac were “not taking notice” before their mistake against Leicester on Saturday.

Heading into the final 15 minutes of the game, Liverpool would have been happy instead of being able to put three valuable points on the board and get a much-needed clean sheet.

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But the Premier League champions surrendered towards the end, with Alison making another mistake in a controversial meeting.

X-Arsenal boss Wenger felt that both Alison and Kabak were responsible for the second goal awarded by him, which saw the Liverpool keeper come off his line and only got through the air.

“He never saw where his defender is,” Wenger said. “I’m not sure. For me, he always carries the last game in his head.

He said, “He only sees the ball. For a keeper, he needs to know where his guards are – this is a gift.

“But the keeper is making the same mistake. He should also know where the defender is. When you return as a defender you have to watch as the bullets are playing too much.

“I think both of them took absolutely no information before playing the ball.”

Leicester, England – FEBRUARY 13: Harvey Barnes of Leicester City in action with Ozan Kaback of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, in the match between Leicester City and Liverpool at the King Power Stadium on 13 February 2021. (Photo by Plumb Images / via Leicester City FC.)

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Kabak would feel that he was back in Schalke as it was a Schalke-like meltdown and a defensive display towards Liverpool’s end.

It was a start for the January signing to be forgotten, but Klopp and his players have to look forward and forget for tomorrow’s loss due to being behind them in the table.

The Reds are now in the fight to finish in the top four, with West Ham, Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham and Aston Villa all following them.

In other news, Peter Schmeichel says the ‘very impressive’ Liverpool youngster has caused a ‘clop a problem’.

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