Four of Jurgen Klopp’s back five are predecessor Brendan Rodgers’ signings – and they’re costing the Reds dear
JAMIE CARRAGHER put his finger on Liverpool’s defensive frailties with one telling tweet.
The former Reds and England defender watched his old team ship goals by the barrel load at Wembley.
Dejan Lovren was badly at fault for the first two goals in the 4-1 loss and he was substituted for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain before half-time.
Liverpool switched to three at the back.
But the Reds’ defensive problems returned late in the half as Dele Alli pounced on Joel Matip’s poor clearance to volley Spurs into a 3-1 lead.
That was after Mohamed Salah had pulled one back.