"I am not sure if I have to make a decision like this [the club's "Champions League goalkeeper"]".
'He didn't play the last game but he is very good in one on one situations but he isn't the only good player in the Spartak team'.
Mauricio Pochettino recently declared his love for Harry Kane after the Spurs striker bagged two goals to seal an away win at West Ham, so for some reason this was mentioned at a Liverpool press conference, and it did not go down too well.
"I just see this as a chance when I get to play, to prove myself to the manager and use this Champions League as a chance for myself to show him I am ready for whatever competition", Karius said. 'Pochettino loves Kane and who do I love?' was the question. "That's the question. It's a waste of time". "I like the shape we play".
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"We know we can defend better and we practise in training".
After a sticky spell which quite frankly had yielded far too much criticism from pundits and fans alike, Liverpool returned to winning ways on Saturday as they won 3-2 at Leicester. Philippe Coutinho underlined his importance with a stunning free-kick, Mo Salah bagged yet another goal, and the breakaway goal from Jordan Henderson that proved to be the victor was superbly taken. Three of that back four - Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Alberto Moreno - are now first choice but the manner in which they twice allowed the Foxes back into the game at 2-0 and 3-1 suggests there is still work to do. "I love good footballers that is how it is".
He clarified: "Actually, that's not important for Russian Federation".
Spartak Moscow also come into this weeks clash with several injury worries.