Liverpool’s young goalkeeper has talked about his first match in UCL.
had to make the decision and put a young talent in his goal, trusting his ambitions and of course risking his team’s position.
“Yeah it’s been a decent week!”
he told reporters
. “What can I say? Two debuts in one week, it’s been a bit of a mad one.
“I’ve just been trying to take my opportunities when I’ve had them. I’ve had two games, and felt I did well in them. That’s all I can do.”
“My phone was buzzing for about three days afterwards, just from friends, family, former coaches, everyone really,
“Alisson texted me as well just to say well done, and that he was proud of me. The messages were all nice and supportive, so it was good to get them.”
Klopp has been more than happy to see his young Goalkeeper in such great form filling the injured Alisson’s place for the team.
Klopp said that there aren’t any new injuries in the team after Sunday’s match but some players like James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Xherdan Shaqiri and Thiago Alcantara would not be able to return for this game.