Former Manchester United star, Roy Keane, has blamed Liverpool duo, Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson for Mario Lemina’s goal against the Reds on Sunday in the Premier League.
Keane said Salah and Robertson looked a ‘shadow of themselves’ as Liverpool suffered their sixth consecutive home defeat against Fulham this season.
Lemina’s late first-half goal gave Fulham all three points against Jurgen Klopp’s side at Anfield.
“It’s a lovely technique [from Lemina], but it’s shocking from Liverpool’s point of view,” Keane told Sky Sports.
“Set-piece, obviously Robertson has got to do better. Salah – okay, it’s not one of his strengths – outmuscled.
“But it’s a lovely technique, the way he gets across the ball, and they deserve it. It’s not a great delivery. I think Robertson has got to do better, Salah has got to be stronger, he cannot lose it there.
“Fantastic strike, but it’s amazing what’s happened to this Liverpool team. They’re a shadow of themselves.
“Salah not good enough, not strong enough, [not enough] desire but Robertson has got to do better as well. You’ve got to get a better header than that away.”