Naby Keita ruled out of Cardiff City clash, confirms Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp


"I really think Milly and Hendo are doing an outstanding job for the club and the team".

The Dutch worldwide has helped transform a previously shaky Liverpool defence into one of the meanest in the Premier League since his arrival, just 10 months ago.

Virgil van Dijk was selected to captain Liverpool against Red Star Belgrade by his team-mates, manager Jurgen Klopp revealed.

Jordan Henderson's days as an automatic starting choice in Liverpool's midfield look over although the England worldwide offers brilliant options and cover while James Milner, at 32 and with 500 league appearances to his name, may be slightly relieved if he is no longer required to see quite so much action.

"And I said, the next two, the players can vote for". They combine pretty much everything.

Cardiff City is now in 16 place on the English Premier League table and faces a Liverpool team that is hungry to score goals having netted four past Red Star Belgrade in their Champions League encounter on Wednesday night. "He has a big future at Liverpool, no doubt about that".

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"But I said for the next two, the players can vote and now two Dutch guys are in a row; the team decided No.3 for Virgil and No.4 for Gini Wijnaldum". It was a close decision.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is also still out with a long-term knee injury but James Milner, Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren are pushing for recalls if Klopp wants to freshen things up. They all had their votes.

Salah's brilliance is of course nothing new to Klopp, who reserved special praise for Shaqiri while complimenting the reigning PFA Players' Player of the Year. If you see and hear him you think there is big distance between him and you because he looks impressive. There is nothing wrong with that and he can still improve.

"It's a great record and I'm very proud".

"I think he would say thanks to his teammates, its quite hard to score goals without these wonderful passes, crosses". Anfield was still celebrating Roberto Firmino's dramatic winning goal against Paris Saint-Germain when Fabinho came on as an injury-time substitute to make his Liverpool debut.