Loris Karius makes the case for Liverpool's defence

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Liverpool face Spartak Moscow in the Champions League on Tuesday evening and with all four teams in Group E drawing their first game, both teams will be hoping to gain which could be a big advantage tomorrow night.

"I am really impressed that we're in a Champions League press conference and we're talking about things like this", he said.

"We know we have a very offensive style of play, but we can do better defensively", he added. We heard from Mauricio Pochettino at the weekend, he said that he was in love with Harry Kane.

'I really don't understand the business anymore but yes I said I love the club, that includes the players'. Pochettino loves Kane and who do I love, that's the question. "That's the question. It's a waste of time".

The German confirmed that Sadio Mane, who has been sidelined through suspension in Liverpool's domestic campaigns, will be available for selection.

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The defence has come under scrutiny in recent weeks, having kept just two clean sheets in 10 matches, but Karius insists the focus should not be placed exclusively on the back four, and in particular the two centre-halves, whomever they may be. We need to do that better and that's what we are working at all the time'.

"You can say that it's individual mistakes, it's this, it's that, but they haven't got a desire to put their head in places and get hurt and defend properly".

"We take a few risks and it works well for us in most of the games". However, I feel that [1.71] is just too short. But he's a Tottenham player, I love good footballers, that's how it is'.

He clarified: "Actually, that's not important for Russian Federation".

As Jürgen Klopp addressed the media ahead of Liverpool's game with Spartak Moscow he spoke about a number of topics.