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Michael Owen explains why he is 'worried' about Liverpool after win over Porto

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp handed Ibrahima Konate an opportunity to impress in the Champions League on Wednesday night, and former player Michael Owen feels the Frenchman did not take it.

The Reds beat Porto 2-0 in good style, but the Portuguese outfit will certainly leave Anfield feeling that they should have taken at least one of their chances.



“A couple of times there, we missed one or two off the reel we could’ve shown where people are getting in behind him so I think they’ve just got to be careful without [Virgil] Van Dijk there.” Klopp, understandably rested Virgil Van Dijk for the tie as Liverpool confirmed their spot in the knockout stages with a victory over Atletico Madrid in the last round of fixtures.



Comment below “They’ve looked a little bit vulnerable.



“A lot of good things happened tonight but I’m not sure we should make the mistake of saying we are this or that again.”

But despite the two top-quality goals, Klopp may feel that defensively his team were not as sound as usual, and Owen pinpointed summer signing as the issue.

Speaking after the game the Germain said: “We could have lost this game tonight, we gave chances away when they could have scored so we should not make too much of it as we were lucky in moments, “We had moments when we were not cool to play against; I didn’t expect that tonight because we changed decisive things, to be honest.
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