Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has voiced his concerns following his team’s 1-1 home draw with FC Sion in the Europa League last night, according to reports from the Express.
Midfielder Adam Lallana gave the Reds an early lead after scoring in the fourth minute, but their Swiss opponents managed to level the scoring in the 18th minute.
Manager Brendan Rodgers admitted that he was very disappointed with the result given that his side had a number of chances that should have been put away.
“You have to be clinical,” he said.
“We scored a good goal, but they weren’t half-chances we missed, they were really good chances. Unless you score them you don’t win. We’re disappointed.”
Rodgers now sees his team sit second place in Group B, level on points with French side Bordeaux who also drew 0-0 with Russian outfits Rubin Kazan.
The fans present at Anfield voiced their concerns by booing the squad after the final whistle, an event which has now taken place for the third time from their last four matches.
This result is seen as a big blow to the entire team given that they will now have to prepare themselves to face Everton at Goodison Park in the Merseyside derby this coming Sunday.
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