'Get out of my club', 'Absolutely woeful' - Liverpool destroy player display v West Brom
Liverpool fans have slammed defender Ragnar Klavan for his performance in the 2-2 draw with West Brom at The Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon.
Klavan, 32, was one of a number of players brought back into the starting line-up for the clash in the Black Country as manager Jurgen Klopp clearly decided to keep one eye on the upcoming Champions League clash with Roma.
However the Estonian enforcer failed to impress fans as West Brom constantly harassed the Reds defence throughout the game.
At one moment in the second-half, the former Augsburg centre-back completely switched and forced Loris Karius into an awkward situation by having to parry the ball away from a free Salomon Rondon.
Liverpool fans were raging with the 32-year-old for his performance, with one angry supporter claiming that he was “absolutely woeful” against the Baggies.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Klavan and Moreno are absolutely woeful.
— Nick Hill (@__NickHill) April 21, 2018
IMO Klavan and Moreno are not even good enough squad players. Really hope we sell both in the summer
— Lewis Thorogood (@lewislfc96) April 21, 2018
We would be a complete mess without Van Dijk in the team. I don’t want Klavan and Moreno in the team next year. Just not cut out to be at #LFC
— Puru Dhavale (@puru_LFCYNWA) April 21, 2018
Klavan, get out of my club
— Thuto (@Thuto_Bokisi) April 21, 2018
Moreno & Klavan are ferrel!!
— Paul Buttle (@paul_butsy) April 21, 2018
Klavan and Moreno have just ended there Liverpool careers today. woeful from the pair
— Claire (@ClaireHarperR87) April 21, 2018
Klavan and Moreno on the same side is still worrying me
— Jack Griffiths (@JGriffiths993) April 21, 2018
Klavan has made 25 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool this season, scoring one goal which came against Burnley in January.
Klopp has clearly established his best back-line over the last couple of months with Virgil van Dijk arriving from Southampton in the January transfer window and Klavan has been a victim of that, with just two Premier League starts since he scored against Burnley on New Year’s Day.
In other Liverpool news, the Reds are on the verge of signing an attacker from this second-placed club.