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Philippe Coutinho Ready To 'Give Everything' To Liverpool, Says Teammate Alberto Moreno

14 Septembre 2017

Loris Karius will be handed goalkeeping responsibilities for Liverpool's return to the Champions League but manager Jurgen Klopp insists that is not a slight on Simon Mignolet.

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp insists his current Liverpool team is stronger than that which lost the 2016 Europa League final as the Reds get set to face their conquerors Sevilla.

As if overcoming the nightmares their big loss to the side now lead by Eduardo Berizzo is not challenging enough, Liverpool have had to cope with the disappointment of being demolished 5-0 by Manchester City in the Premier League and all the criticism that came as a outcome.

Klopp confirmed that Philippe Coutinho was "fit and healthy" but declined to say if he would play what would be his first match for Liverpool this season.

It remains to be seen whether the 25-year-old will remain at Liverpool for the long term, with Barcelona surely likely to reignite their interest in him in future transfer windows.

Here are three thoughts from Liverpool's 2-2 Champions League draw with Sevilla at Anfield.

But he was surprisingly dropped for the 4-0 win over Arsenal, with Karius taking the gloves, before returning on Saturday at City.

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"I did not ask for it", Klopp said.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said his side had "got done" by Sevilla on Wednesday night. They had two chances, no more so we were the dominant side and defended well. Maybe I should have changed things.

'That's the plan. Not to keep them happy, no, to use the quality of the goalkeepers and that's how it is, to keep them altogether and then they will decide with the performance who will play.

"The coach was no problem, but I do not think I had any decision on the referee".

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring their third goal.

Had it been Firmino, Mane or Salah and not Emre Can on the end of a rapid counter, it would have been 2-1, but the German's finish was less assured than you would expect from one of their attacking triumvirate.

In the other Group F game, Maribor came from behind with five minutes remaining to draw 1-1 against Spartak Moscow.

Philippe Coutinho Ready To 'Give Everything' To Liverpool, Says Teammate Alberto Moreno