Liverpool secured a spot in the knockout stages of the Champions League on Wednesday night after thrashing Spartak Moscow 7-0. The three points earned from the encounter made Jurgen Klopp’s side finished the first round as the best team in their group.
The Anfield club are now ready to play against Everton this weekend in the premier league, and will definitely be going into the game with full confidence.
However, during the Champions League game against the Russian club on Wednesday night, Spanish star player Alberto Moreno picked a knock that forced him out of the game in the 46th minute.
James Milner was introduced into the game as a replacement for the former Sevilla player, and James was able to provide three assists before full-time.
Last term, Moreno was mainly sitting on the bench, but has become a regular player in the club this season.
And while many Liverpool fans are worried about Moreno’s situation after crying out of the pitch on Wednesday night, manager Jurgen Klopp has provided a positive update on the Spain international, ahead of the premier league clash with Everton on Saturday.
Klopp made it known that the player was feeling positive after the match and suggests the injury isn’t a serious one.
But if Alberto couldn’t find full fitness before the weekend game, then Andy Robertson is likely to take his place in the squad.