- Fabinho suffered an injury while playing for Liverpool against Midtjylland
- The Brazilian is now expected to be out for some time which is a bad news for Liverpool
- Liverpool have won their first two games this term in the Champions League
Jurgen Klopp who is the gaffer of Premier League side Liverpool has been hit with another blow after Brazilian star Fabinho suffered an injury in Champions League duel with Midtjylland.
Liverpool fans are still battling with star defender Virgil Van Dijk being ruled out for the rest of the season before Fabinho also got injured.
This latest development leaves Liverpool in serious defensive crisis as Jurgen Klopp will now have to make some changes in his defense.
Fabinho got injured in the first half while playing against Midtjylland and goalkeeper Alisson Becker and Alexander-Arnold were both seen in bad mood after the injury.
After being taken out of the pitch, Jurgen Klopp had no other choice than to bring on 19-year-old Rhys Williams as replacement for Fabinho.
Williams who played in the lower League did not disappoint as he made sure that Liverpool did not concede any goal against their opponents.
According to the report on UK Sun, Jurgen Klopp is not really sure of the type of injury Fabinho suffered against Midtjylland.
"It was the last thing we needed. I don't know, he felt his hamstring so that's not good.
"He didn't feel it that much he said he could've played on but not sprinting so that doesn't help. We will see, we will have to do a scan and see but clearly it's not good."
Fabinho has been playing for Liverpool since joining from Monaco in 2018 and has played 62 games so far scoring 3 goals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how reigning Premier League champions Liverpool on Tuesday night, October 27, continued with their impressive performance in the Champions League beating FC Midtjylland 2-0 at Anfield.
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Having defeated Ajax in their first group stage, Jurgen Klopp and his wards went into this encounter with their morale boosted.
Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah did not start this encounter as Jurgen Klopp decided to give Divock Origi the chance to lead the attack.
The first chance of the encounter came to Liverpool in the fifth minute when James Milner located Origi with a nice pass, but he was unable to beat goalkeeper Andersen.
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