Roy Keane identifies Klopp’s "biggest worry" as Liverpool reach "crisis" point

Roy Keane claims it is "crisis time for Liverpool" and highlighted how Jurgen Klopp's side are showing an alarming lack of togetherness.

The Reds suffered another spirit-crushing defeat on Sunday afternoon as Mario Lemina fired Fulham to a 1-0 victory at Anfield.

Liverpool dominated possession but their forwards lacked any kind of cutting edge to unlock the resolute Cottagers.

Meanwhile at the back, Liverpool looked as shaky as ever with a makeshift defence which included youngsters Neco Williams and Rhys Williams.

The Reds' defeat came as no surprise to Keane, who has been aware of a lack of cohesion in the ranks for many months.

He told Sky Sports : "You always think that when a team wins the game but the biggest worry I have for Liverpool is for me they’re not playing as a team.

"They’re not a team and the signs have been there for the last few months when you’ve been thinking 'Are they really that bad?' It’s obviously crisis time for Liverpool now

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"They are not playing as a team and that should be the manager’s biggest worry."

Keane also slammed Andy Robertson and Mohamed Salah for failing to clear their lines in the build-up to Lemina's goal in the 45th minute.

"Well it's a lovely technique, shocking from Liverpool's point of view," he added. "Set-piece obviously, I think Robertson's got to do better, Salah, okay it's not one of his strengths, outmuscled.

"But lovely technique the way he gets across the ball and they deserve it.

"Not a great delivery, I think Robertson's got to do better, Salah's got to be stronger, he cannot lose it there.

"Fantastic strike but it's amazing what's happened to this Liverpool team, a shadow of themselves."

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