One Liverpool player is slammed by Alan Shearer against Brighton at Anfield

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Liverpool player got slammed by legend Alan Shearer after his poor performance against Brighton.

Which Liverpool player got slammed by Alan Shearer after their disappointing result against Brighton?

On Saturday afternoon in the Premier League at Anfield, Liverpool left-back Kostas Tsimikas looked shaky against Brighton & Hove Albion, according to Alan Shearer on BBC One’s Game of the Day. Tsimikas performed poorly.

The 26-year-old’s position was questionable. He was unable to provide effective balls from his side. He was like a ghost in terms of defense.

Liverpool as a team against Brighton

Similar to Kostas Tsimikas, a lot of other Liverpool players performed poorly against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League match.

Yes, the Reds ultimately earned a point. Though it actually seemed more like a loss than a draw.
The two goals that Liverpool allowed after their opening goal will not delight Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

The fact that the past champions of the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League conceded three goals throughout the game raises questions.

The future of the Greek Scouser in Anfield

In a recent interview, a former Liverpool defender discussed the rivalry between Andy Robertson and Kostas Tsimikas for the left-back position at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp’s preferred option in recent years has been Robertson.

The well-liked Tsimikas made significant progress last year to give the Scotland captain strong competition.

In the previous two seasons, Robertson and Trent have collaborated for 48 assists within Premier League. It is far exceeding any other pair in England’s top division. Needless to say, their backups, James Milner and Joe Gomez, respectively, cannot provide as much offence as these two can. Liverpool’s cavalry is in jeopardy either way.

Tsimikas is a good addition to the Liverpool team and costs merely 11.7 million. For the past several years, Liverpool has emphasised the low risk, high return aspect of its signings. And if the Greek fullback can continue to grow, Liverpool will have a fantastic backup option for their superb left-back.

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