Call Rodgers Liverpool groggy and Less Powerful

Call Rodgers Liverpool groggy and Less Powerful

Liverpool – Liverpool manager was disappointed with his side’s 1-2 defeat of Aston Villa. Not only because of the missing final tickets, but also because of the appearance of ‘The Red’ calls not okay.

Liverpool lost 1-2 when facing Villa in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Sunday (04/19/2015) night. Had superior first goal by Philippe Coutinho, children Merseyside turned left behind and lost after burglarized by Christian Benteke and Fabian Delph.

Statistically, both teams are equally strong in control of the ball that is 50% -50%. Liverpool release more experiments with 14 times, but only three were on target. While Villa who only had seven shots even recorded four attempts towards goal.

Rodgers assess foster children appear not separated mentally in the game. It also affects the performance of the so-called underpowered.

“We need to be better in the face of an important moment. Previously there was some big games where we handle it very well, but there are others as well that are not resolved by okay,” he told the BBC.

“We are very disappointed. Villa much better than us. We were nervous because of certain reasons. Maybe when you really want to win something, it affects your mind.”

“For a team with a lot of energy, we do not have the energy that is displayed today. It’s disappointing, that in a big fight the other we do not show courage. Villa show, they had good energy and play with a little more freely.”

“We need to focus on the performance and if successful, can normally get a win. But today, it is not the appropriate level,” he added.

Now that the chance to win the FA Cup trophy vanished, Liverpool demanded focus pursue finish top four in the Premier League. Collecting the value of 57 of the 32 weeks, they temporarily seven points behind Manchester City in fourth place already played one match more.

“Now we must try to finish top four of the Premier League. It is an obligation for this amazing club in order to fight to the end,” said Rodgers.