Why is Andy Robertson not playing today? Liverpool News: Premier League 2021/22
The Scottish defender has become the core of this dangerous Liverpool team, with Alley Sport bringing “Why is Andy Robertson not playing today?” vs Leciester City and his suspension.
Andy Robertson has been a crucial component of Jurgen Klopp’s team, which has seen them win the Premier League and the Champions league over the last two years. The Scotsman is considered as an unique defender, who is renowned for his contribution to attack, as well as pressing, which has made him a firm fan favourite with the Kops, as he not available to play today against Leicester City.
Why is Andy Robertson not playing today?
Andrew Robertson picked up a controversial red card against Tottenham, where many thought it was unfair on the Scot, with Harry Kane getting away with a harsher foul. He missed his first game in the EFL Cup win over Leicester City, but with Leeds United game postponed.
Robertson is also ruled out for the crucial game against Chelsea on 2nd January. It would be a huge loss for Liverpool, but they would be relieved as Salah, Mane and Keita would be available, their last game prior to their AFCON commitments.
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