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 By Chris Wright

Liverpool see what they're missing as they watch Barcelona in UCL

Jurgen Klopp took his squad to Barcelona for the week to train and take in the Barcelona-Monchengladbach game on Tuesday.
Luis Enrique suggests Barcelona had 'a lot to lose' in their 4-0 win over Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night.

With five days off until their next fixture, Jurgen Klopp treated his Liverpool squad to a trip to watch Barcelona play in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

As such, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and the rest of the entourage watched on at the Camp Nou, all suitably mesmerised as Barca systematically dismantled Borussia Monchengladbach in a 4-0 mauling.

We...

 By Dave Usher

Liverpool's failings go much deeper than struggling goalkeeper Loris Karius

Shaka Hislop suggests that Liverpool's goalkeeping is a concern for the squad and points to his skepticism of Loris Karius.
Shaka Hislop breaks down the best of the worst moments in Premier League goalkeeping over the weekend.
Alison Bender and Stewart Robson discuss the mistakes that have led to criticism of Liverpool's defence in recent weeks.

Goalkeeper Loris Karius has come under heavy fire after Liverpool's dreadful late capitulation at Bournemouth on Sunday, but blaming the young German for what happened at the Vitality Stadium is far too simplistic.

He may be an obvious scapegoat given how he failed to deal with Bournemouth's winning goal, but Liverpool's failings in the second half go much deeper than a struggling goalkeeper who could have done better on one -- or at most two -- of the four goals conceded.

Jurgen Klopp certainly...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Liverpool and City need top keepers to mount Premier League challenge

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the worst goalkeeping gaffe in the Prem and discuss Liverpool and Man City's needs.

Can a team win the Premier League with a struggling goalkeeper? History suggests not. That does not bode well for Manchester City and Liverpool, counting the cost of weekend catastrophes from Claudio Bravo and Loris Karius, two summer arrivals now pinpointed as weak links.

Having struggled to adjust since arriving from Barcelona this summer, Bravo was lambasted for being too easily beaten by Willian in City's 3-1 loss to Chelsea on Saturday. Karius meanwhile capped an uncertain performance at Bournemouth...

 By Tony Evans

Liverpool's defensive issues could cancel out their sparkling attack

Craig Burley goes through the litany of problems facing Liverpool in their defence.

Jurgen Klopp has a problem. His Liverpool team looked shell-shocked after a 4-3 defeat by Bournemouth at Dean Court. The only one who looked composed was the 49-year-old German.

Ultimately, Klopp was disappointed. Any manager whose side twice held a two-goal lead would have harsh words to administer in the dressing room after defeat. Yet the manager might feel that his side have overachieved so far this season. To get to this stage of the campaign with just two defeats is an accomplishment few...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Steven Gerrard auditions for Liverpool job with FA Cup draw skills

Former LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard announced his retirement after an illustrious 19-year career in soccer.

Steven Gerrard hasn't officially returned to Liverpool yet, but he might have moved a step closer on Monday.

The Anfield legend has been linked with a youth coaching role since announcing his retirement last month.

And while taking part in the FA Cup draw on Monday, Gerrard showed manager Jurgen Klopp just what he can bring to the club.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Chapecoense awarded title, Cesc Fabregas escapes punishment

The FC crew evaluate Gianni Infantino's proposal to expand the Club World Cup to 32 teams and hold the tournament in the summer.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

CHAPECOENSE: CONMEBOL officially awarded the Brazilian club with the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title on Monday following the plane crash en route to the final that killed 19 players.

The president of Chapecoense was buried on Sunday as fans paid their final tributes, trying to put behind them the worst moment in the club's history.

CHELSEA: Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players last Saturday -- but Cesc...