Liverpool drew 2-2 with West Ham today, but two points is not the only thing we lost from the Anfield clash.
Dejan Lovren limped off at half-time and was substituted for Ragnar Klavan, and according to Jurgen Klopp, it was an issue with his hamstring.
Klopp says Lovren came off with what he describes as cramp in the hamstring area.
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Hopefully, it is just cramp and nothing more serious, although with Liverpool – you can never be too certain. Under the German, we’ve had a history of terrible luck in regards to hamstring problems.
Klavan was very good in Lovren’s place though, and many fans will be wanting the Estonian to start in Lovren’s place regardless of injury.
As it stands, the summer signing will surely come in for Wednesday’s Middlesbrough clash alongside Joel Matip – who still hasn’t lost a game in a Liverpool shirt.