As Liverpool get an impressive win against Brentford, Klopp gives fans bad news

Kloop gives Liverpool fans an update on how the injuries of Jones and Jota are looking while also giving more bad news.

Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota were both injured in the first half of Liverpool vs Brentford.

Liverpool gets another Premier League victory after winning 4-1 against Brentford. Liverpool is on 57 points in the league, and Liverpool fans were impressed with the victory but are left with mixed feelings after the game. Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota are two crucial players in the team and were injured in the first half of the game. Jurgen Klopp talks about the severity of the injuries after the game, and Liverpool fans are worried.

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Jurgen Klopp spoke after the game and was delighted with the performance but didn't hide that losing Jones and Jota would be bad for the team. Klopp said, "We played a good game from a specific moment on. We controlled them as much as you can and we are happy about that.It is mixed emotions, we lost players which we don't know how serious it is. It doesn't look great for either of them [Jota and Jones]."

Jones and Jota might not be the only injuries Liverpool suffered because, at the beginning of the second half, Klopp subbed in Cody Gakpo for Darwin Nunez. Klopp changed Nunez out as a precaution because the player felt something. Klopp was asked if he has been unlucky with the injuries, and he said, "Definitely. I think there was a knock on Curtis [Jones]. It was a challenge with Diogo [Jota] as well and Darwin [Nunez] we are not sure if he has something or not, he felt something."

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What's next for Liverpool after the Brentford win?

Liverpool's injury list grew after this game with Alisson, Trent Alexander Arnold, Szoboszlai, Thiago, Jones, Jota, and potentially Nunez out. Liverpool's next game is against Luton Town during the week at Anfield, and then next weekend, Liverpool will play Chelsea in the EFL Carabao Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Liverpool could secure their first trophy of the season next week but will not count on many first-team players.

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