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Alla Zakarian

18-09-2019 | 16:41 Football

Adrian felt unsatisfied due to Liverpool 2-0 loss against Napoli

Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian says he doesn’t feel satisfied from making several saves in Napoli-Liverpool game as the Reds lost the match with 2-0. He kept out Fabian Ruiz’s brace of strikes but was unable to stop Dries Mertens penalty shoot. “I was trying to cover as much of the goal,” Adrian told Liverpool's website. “It was clear he was going to strike with the first touch. I jumped, watching the ball and tried to touch it with any part of my body. In the end I touched it with my right hand.” Napoli's Fernando Llorente doubled his team’s lead in the 90+2 minutes and it ended Liverpool’s perfect start of the season. The Spanish goalkeeper added, “I gave my best, I tried hard. But at the end of the day, we lost 2-0, so I can't be happy. “We knew it was going to be a hard game for us like last season was. At the end of the game, it was small details; the penalty switched the game for them totally and then we lost a bit of shape and conceded the second one.”

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