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Liverpool in the Champions League: Bad Streak Continues

Liverpool in the Champions League: Bad Streak Continues

Last updated on September 10th, 2022 at 08:30 am

Things are not looking good for Liverpool in the Champions League. Much of what we read in sports news when it comes to Liverpool centers on the very slow start the club has in the league. The latest of which was the club’s loss 4-1 defeat to Napoli. The match was painful to watch for red shirt fans. At half time, the score was 3-0. But its not unusual for a club to come back in the second half, so many still held hope.

With the abysmal first half behind, a new round of live betting was available from the best sportsbook pay per head for football and soccer. But were the wagers still hopeful that Liverpool can turn it around?

It certainly seemed so, because even though Napoli scored to bring it up to 4-0, they were able to get one a couple of minutes earlier. Napoli’s midfield made a mistake, handing Luis Diaz possession. The Colombian went straight for a score in the bottom corner.

Liverpool in the Champions League

Liverpool in the Champions League: Bad Streak ContinuesThe rest of the match was quite cringeworthy, especially for Liverpool. Napoli player a really good game. And even with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s guidance, Liverpool simply had a bad evening. This will, however prove to be a challenge for both Klopp and the club.

Right now, we are in the middle of a Premier League season, in a campaign for the Champions League. They will have to change whatever it is that is happening, and do it mid-season. Given the lack of success with the roster and the strategy, major adjustments will need to happen.

Improvement for Liverpool involves both offense and defense, so the club will have a lot to face. They are currently 7th in the Premier League. In their opening 6 matches, they have only won 2. Far from a favorite in a pay per head bookie sportsbook, they will need to improve. They will be having two home matches next, with the Wolves and Ajax. We can only wait and see if we will see them do better in those next couple of matches, or else we will be seeing less of them as the season continues.