Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson took to Twitter this morning to deliver his verdict on the Reds’ Champions League win away to Genk, simply stating: “Good 3 points on the road last night #YNWA”. [via @andrewrobertso5].
Should Gomez have started over Milner?
— Andrew Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) October 24, 2019
The 25-year-old left-back started the game in Belgium before being substituted in the 63rd minute, the first time that he has not completed a match in which he has featured this season.
The Scotland defender is the only senior left-back in Liverpool’s squad, while Milner was forced to start at right-back against Genk with Trent Alexander-Arnold missing last night’s match because of illness and Nathaniel Clyne not due to return from a cruciate ligament injury until next year, according to The Telegraph.
Joel Matip was also missing through injury, and with Jurgen Klopp deprived of so many defenders, his decision to take off Robertson could have been made with the intention of having him fresh for the visit of Tottenham to Anfield on Sunday.
These Liverpool fans on Twitter were left hoping that the 25-year-old’s withdrawal was not because of an injury:
Hope Andy our World Class player you are ok. Ynwa
— Haq khan (@alhajpp) October 24, 2019
More importantly, are you alright lad …?
— Rob Leighton (@RobLeighton67) October 24, 2019
Great job last night. Hope you’re in good health?
— Simply_Noch LFC™ (@nochdawe) October 24, 2019
Are you OK
— Ahmed Othman (@adthman) October 24, 2019
You better not be injured you saucey little minx
— SuperAl ☆ (@sadioactive19) October 24, 2019
Good performance as usual, hope you’re ok.
— Gas….. (@GasLFC) October 24, 2019
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