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Kieran Trippier, the captain of Newcastle United, has demanded a reaction from Liverpool.

In their last six games, the Magpies have only managed six points with two wins and four losses. They travel to Anfield battered from their 3-1 victory over Nottingham Forest at home, where Chris Wood returned to torment his former team by scoring a treble.

It was a double whammy following their close loss on the road against relegation-threatened Luton Town. The North East team has had a difficult holiday season due to injuries and the additional pressure of their Champions League participation.

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After losing to Paris Saint-Germain in a contentious match, Newcastle’s chances of qualifying for the European knockout stage were eliminated, and Trippier’s performance suffered as well. The former player for Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico Madrid has been prone to costly mistakes during his downturn, including two away at Everton and against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup before missing the mark in the penalty shootout.


We believe we are capable of more,” the 33-year-old stated. “We have strayed a little bit from the standards we set over the last 18 months in the last few games. Recently, I’ve been less demanding of myself and my performances haven’t come close. I won’t avoid the subject.

“My career has been full with obstacles, and this is simply one more that will need me to persevere and maintain my faith. I’ve always believed that I can recover.”

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Following a trip on Aleksandar Isak, Virgil van Dijk was controversially sent off for preventing a goal from being scored, but the Uruguayan later propelled Liverpool to an unexpected three points. Liverpool’s victory over Burnley on Boxing Day propelled them to the top of the Premier League, and they will be trying to maintain their lead in the fight for the championship.

Trippier, though, has demanded an answer. “We have to start the second half of the season strong, but we’ve had a lot of injuries. The lads have given everything and worked hard for each other,” he continued.

he Reds with the intention of exacting retribution for the comeback that Darwin Nunez spurred earlier in the season for Jurgen Klopp’s 10 men.


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