Liverpool won 2-0 at Cardiff City in their last game. Not an easy or straightforward victory but the boys played well and got the job done in the end.
One man who was supposed to help with getting the win at Cardiff was Fabinho, who didn’t make it for long on the Welsh pitch.
Fabinho who was only a substitute against Cardiff lasted only a wee bit more than a couple of minutes before feeling his muscles and being hauled off.
The forced substitution led to speculation that he might not be fit to face Huddersfield. However, Klopp has cleared him to be fit in time for the match though:
“It was very unlucky.
“Fabinho is OK but he had a bit of shaky legs and that’s of course not a good sign in the moment.
“It’s a 100 per cent ‘yes’ or go off; if it’s 95 per cent in that game in that position, we cannot make that decision to keep him on. It’s all good.”
– Jurgen Klopp