Liverpool star Van Dijk reacts to his team's loss to Man City at Anfield

Liverpool star Van Dijk reacts to his team's loss to Man City at Anfield

- Van van Dijk is not happy with Liverpool's performance against Man City at Anfield

- The Reds were beaten by their Premier League rivals as they went ten points behind the leaders

- The likes of Van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip are all nursingrespective injuries

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Virgil van Dijk has repeated Jordan Hendderson's rallying cry after Liverpool slumped to a 4-1 defeat to Manchester City at Anfield over the weekend, Mirror.

The Dutch center-back is yet to return to the squad and is currently was recovering from a knee injury.

The Reds needed the match to get back into position to challenge for the Premier League title but they are now trailing City with ten points following the loss.

Liverpool star Van Dijk reacts to his team's loss to Man City at Anfield
Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk is sad about his team's loss to Man City at Anfield. Photo by Clive Brunskill
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Henderson who played as central defender alongside Fabinho in the past few weeks du to injuries at the said after the game:

"Tough one to take yesterday.
"This is a time we need to stick together and get through this difficult period.
"Sometimes you can learn more from these times and we will give everything to change our current situation. You'll never walk alone."

Van Dijk included a love emoji and a finger pointing upwards to reiterate his captain's cliams.

Joel Matip and Joe Gomez are also on the inury list which has prompted Jurgen Klopp tosign Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies during the January transfer window.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Virgil van Dijk has been slapped with a £220 fine for speeding in his £100,000 black Mercedes-Benz G-Class in an incident that occurred last September.

The Liverpool defender was caught exceeding the 50mph limit in Tabley, Cheshire and was fined by Warrington magistrates on Friday, January 29, 2020.

Though the Dutch centre-back did not attend the hearing, he was told to pay £124 in costs and charges over the incident.

Source: Sports Brief News