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Jurgen Klopp explains why Andrew Robertson was benched for Merseyside derby

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It’s uncommon to see Andrew Robertson out of the Liverpool beginning XI (Image: Getty Photos)

Andrew Robertson was ignored of the Liverpool beginning XI for the Merseyside derby on Saturday, however Jurgen Klopp says it was merely rotation because the Scot performs so many video games for the Reds.

It’s uncommon to not see Robertson take up the left-back function beneath Klopp, however fort their journey to Goodison Park on Saturday lunchtime Klopp opted for Kostas Tsimikas as a substitute.

Robertson needed to accept a spot on the bench for the primary time this season, with the Greek taking his spot, however Klopp insists there may be nothing to it aside from rotation with a busy schedule to date this marketing campaign and developing.

‘Kostas for Robbo is simply time,’ Klopp advised BT Sport. ‘Robbo performs on a regular basis, so much. After we could make an unforced change we must always do it.’

There have been different adjustments to the Reds beginning XI after their win over Newcastle on Wednesday, with Darwin Nunez getting back from suspension and changing Roberto Firmino, whereas Fabio Carvalho took the place of injured Jordan Henderson.

‘Bobby is in high form however got here again from harm and has now performed so much,’ stated Klopp of Firmino. ‘Darwin is recent so that’s the reason [he plays].

‘We needed to change in midfield, it was clear. We had Milly [Milner] or Fabinho. We determine for Fabio as Milly [James Milner] can come on for 5 positions.’

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Having conceded the primary aim of the sport in 4 of their first 5 video games this season, Klopp is hoping that undesirable trait might be put behind them.

‘We attempt to be dominant from the beginning and that might be tough at this time due to what’s at stake and it’s Goodison and I’m positive will probably be a full of life and aggressive begin from Everton.

‘We have now to be prepared. On the finish, soccer is all about response. When the opposite crew has a aim it’s important to reply to that. I hope sooner or later within the season we don’t have to speak about this anymore,’ stated the German.


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