Jurgen Klopp holds his breath for 30 seconds every time Liverpool have to defend a set-piece, exactly as us supporters do.
The manager explained as much during his press-conference ahead of tomorrow evening’s clash with Stoke City – having witnessed his side defend appallingly at Carrow Road versus Norwich on Saturday.
Thankfully, Liverpool scored five and still won the game, but the victory doesn’t hide our horrid defence – which time and time again has failed to deal with simple, direct set-piece deliveries.
It’s cost us points on countless occasions under Jurgen Klopp, due to our short fullbacks, indecisive keeper and inconsistent centre-backs.
Mamadou Sakho and Kolo Toure are currently starting in central defence, but on current form, you’d have to assume that Dejan Lovren and Martin Skrtel will return once they regain fitness.