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Virgil van Dijk Admits He Had A Poor Start To The Season For Liverpool

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After a disappointing start to the new campaign for Liverpool, Virgil van Dijk has admitted he is aware that he could have done better.

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The Reds have had a poor start to the season taking just nine points from their opening six Premier League matches and they were also well beaten in Napoli on matchday one in the Champions League.

But I did that just fine.” The 31-year-old improved during the 2-1 victory over Ajax in the Champions League and he will be hopeful of continuing that good form when the Premier League resumes and Liverpool face Brighton on Saturday, 1st October.

“I know I could have done better in the beginning of the season.

You feel a lot of pressure on your head.

As reported by The Athletic, the Dutchman was speaking whilst on international duty with the Netherlands and admitted he is well aware that he has not been at his best and sometimes being a leader for club and country can take it's toll mentally.
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