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Virgil van Dijk frustration shows as Liverpool suffer injury blow.



Virgil van Dijk’s exasperation is evident as Liverpool suffers a devastating injury setback.Here are the headlines from Liverpool on Monday, December 18th.

Jurgen Klopp updates Ryan Gravenberch while commenting on injuries that “no one discusses.”


Ryan Gravenberch sustained a hamstring injury during Liverpool’s stalemate with Manchester United (0–0), as verified by Jurgen Klopp.


Since the November international break, the Netherlands international was substituted off in the 61st minute against the Red Devils, becoming the fifth Reds player to sustain an in-game injury in their last five Premier League matches.Wednesday marks the quarterfinals of the League Cup between Liverpool and West Ham United, followed by a Premier League top-of-the-table matchup at home against Arsenal the following Saturday and a trip to Burnley on Boxing Day. Gravenberch is scheduled to undertake a scan, and Klopp acknowledged he is uncertain as to whether or not he will be able to utilize the midfielder during the holiday season.


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Roy Keane was enraged by Virgil van Dijk’s interview following Liverpool’s 0-0 loss to Manchester United.


As one squad was “trying to win” in their 0-0 draw with Liverpool, Virgil van Dijk criticized Manchester United’s strategy.


Following a frustrating afternoon, the Reds captain asserted that March’s emphatic 7-0 victory over the Red Devils is now solely irrelevant.United’s resurgence and Liverpool’s failure to seize the possibility to reclaim the Premier League lead constituted a missed opportunity. Despite dominating the play, Jurgen Klopp’s squad performed poorly on a miserable afternoon.


Arsenal regained their advantage atop the table as Aston Villa drew level with the Reds in points after their comeback victory over Brentford on Sunday.


Van Dijk stated, “Only one team was striving to win the game.”