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Liverpool fans could have been forgiven for fearing the worst when Curtis Jones hit the deck in the closing stages of the Reds’ 2-1 win over Fulham.

The 22-year-old was tireless until the end, having equalized for Jurgen Klopp’s side in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final that evening. With Liverpool’s ever-growing injury list, with eight players currently out and a total of 10 players including internationals, the Reds will need another forced intervention.

Fortunately, Klopp was able to overcome these injury concerns by speaking after the final whistle. “He made big strides, he looked like the strongest player on the whole pitch,” said the German. “He got hit and I think his leg is dead.

He fell, but got back up moments later and scored.”A great footballer, very, very good. He always did, but with these skills, now he does everything for me, for him and thanks to God. It’s very cool. “He’s made great strides defensively, which gives him a better feel for the game.

“He has a natural confidence so he’s a joy to be around, which is great.”A hamstring injury could make Jones a doubt for Liverpool’s return this weekend, but the Premier League’s winter break will give him plenty of time to recover before the Reds return to AFC action on January 21 .

Bournemouth. Regardless of the severity of the blow, Klopp has had to get used to losing players to injury during the game in recent weeks as his busy schedule continues to take its toll as his absentee list grows.

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