Liverpool fans are only just noticing what Gomez did before Alisson’s error v Leicester

Liverpool maintained their 100% win record in the Premier League on Saturday with a hard-fought 2-1 victory away to Leicester City.

They currently sit top of the Premier League on maximum points, yet the biggest talking point to come from the King Power Stadium was Alisson’s costly mistake.

In the 63rd minute, with Liverpool 2-0 up, the Brazil international tried a risky skill in a dangerous area and ended up losing the ball to Kelechi Iheanacho, who set up Rachid Ghezzal.

Liverpool managed to hold on but Alisson’s mistake was akin to something you’d expect from Loris Karius or Simon Mignolet.

Speaking in his post-match interview, Alisson even tried to suggest Virgil van Dijk was to blame for his dodgy back pass.

“I am angry that I made a mistake,” said the 25-year-old. “When one person makes a mistake, it affects everyone and everyone fought back together.

“I didn’t get a very good pass [and] we talked about that in the dressing room and I spoke to Virgil. It wasn’t a good pass, but I could have just kicked it long.

“I wanted to keep playing and keep the possession [and] now everyone is going to analyse that. I’m not going to be stupid and make the same mistake. We have to learn from our mistakes.”

Roberto Firmino also appeared to blame Van Dijk: “The pass was not all that. Alisson tried to fix it, but unfortunately it went wrong. He has made an excellent start.”

Alisson and Van Dijk both could have done better in the build-up to Leicester’s goal and now Joe Gomez has been dragged into the debate.

Former-goalkeeper-turned-journalist David Preece has accused Gomez of not giving Alisson an option out wide.

But it’s been noticed by Liverpool fans that Gomez DID give Alisson an option by pointing to where he wanted the ball – he just didn’t listen to him. Check it out below at 0:37.

It’s clear that Alisson was the one to blame for Leicester’s goal, because if he had listened to Gomez and played the ball out wide, it never would have happened.