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Alisson mocked for ‘cold feet’ after howler contributes to Liverpool collapse

Alisson has been mocked for having “cold feet” with the Liverpool goalkeeper having made another error.

The Brazilian was at fault for two Manchester City goals last weekend with Reds boss Jurgen Klopp suggesting his feet were cold.

Klopp had said: “There is not a real explanation. Maybe he had cold feet? It sounds funny but it could be. Maybe he could have kicked it in the stand. But Ali saved our life so many times.”

Though Alisson again made a mistake at Leicester on Saturday, coming out to clear but miskicking.

The ball fell kindly to Jamie Vardy as he ran and slotted into an empty net, with the Foxes turning the Premier League clash around.

And rival fans were quick to mock the Liverpool goalkeeper on social media, with one writing: “Alisson have cold feet again today?”

While another commented: “Alisson gets cold feet twice more!”

And a third advised: “Alisson needs to do something about them cold feet yeno.”

Another Prem fan mocked: “Got to feel for Alisson, he must still have very cold feet.”

With the freezing limbs a common theme as one more put: “Alisson back at it again with his cold feet.”

The defeat leave Liverpool ten points behind leaders Manchester City though Pep Guardiola’s side have two games in hand.

The Reds won the title last season having been assured at the back though have suffered with defensive injuries this season.

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    Liverpool boss Klopp said: “It’s a misunderstanding. We spoke before that we need to get used to each other.

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