Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits debutant Ozan Kabak had a tough start in loss to Leicester City.
Liverpool got a 1-0 lead through Mohamed Salah’s 23rd goal of the season midway through the second half of the Premier League clash at King Power Stadium.
Nevertheless, the Leicester struck three times in seven minutes to secure the victory, with Englishman, James Maddison’s free-kick finding the target before Alisson Becker and Kabak howler, allowing Jamie Vardy to roll in the second.
Harvey Barnes then rounded the scoring with a low finish soon after.
Klopp said, “The misunderstanding we had – before the game, we all knew Ozan is a really good player. And after the game we know that as well. But what we knew before the game, he is not really used to all the things we usually do.
“When you play with Ali then you know he is quite offensive-minded and comes out of his goal. In this situation it was a misunderstanding, that can happen when you are new together. Usually these things happen in pre-season, we don’t have that. So that’s why it happened. That was the second goal. The first goal is a strange situation which I think should have been, how I said, offside.