By Paul Robinson

8th Nov, 2021 | 5:00pm

Robinson 'sick of it' as he slams Liverpool keeper Alisson and makes Chelsea claim

Alisson Becker’s performance against West Ham was “one of his poorest” in a Liverpool shirt, according to Paul Robinson.

The former Tottenham and England number one, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the 29-year-old’s “uncharacteristic” display at the London Stadium.

Alisson had an afternoon to forget on Sunday as the Reds lost 3-2 to David Moyes’s side.

The Brazilian goalkeeper conceded three despite the Hammers only having an expected goals of 1.23 over the 90 minutes. (The xG Philosophy)

As quoted by the Metro yesterday, ex-Reds Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp were very critical of Jurgen Klopp’s side’s defending.

Robinson “is sick of” the focus being on Liverpool’s “flaws” rather than their opponents quality when they get beat.

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“Alisson has set himself such high standards at Liverpool,” he told Football Insider.

“That’s one of the poorest performances I’ve seen from him since he’s been there.

“It was an uncharacteristic performance from him but Liverpool weren’t at it as a team yesterday. Alisson was part of that because he was culpable for all three goals.

“If that happens every week you would be worried but it’s a one-off from him. He is extremely reliable. He is a world-class goalkeeper.

“West Ham did not allow them to play well though. It frustrates me that when Liverpool, Chelsea, Man City or Man United do get turned over, the focus is on their flaws. It should be about the other team’s quality. I’m sick of it.”

In other news, Liverpool could sign an 18-year-old ‘better than Sancho’ after a director reveal.