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Fabio Carvalho Injury:: Jurgen Klopp hopes the Liverpool midfielder recovers quickly before Champions League match against Napoli

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Jurgen Klopp urgently hopes Liverpool’s Fabio Carvalho will recover quickly from the injury he sustained against Everton.

And the Portuguese under-21 international will now have to assess the issue ahead of the Reds game in Naples on Wednesday. "He took a hard hit," said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. “It was extremely painful, a dead leg in the muscle above the knee and he could no longer bend the knee, the muscles swelled and there is no more space. "Now we have to see how fast he goes. But you could see that he was trying, but he couldn't run well and he just took the rest and we made the change."  Liverpool thought they were left behind with 21 minutes left in the 241st Merseyside derby when former Reds defender Conor Coady hit the goal from close range and the goal was disallowed by the VAR for offside. An Everton fan ran onto the pitch and confronted referee Anthony Taylor over the decision before being sent off by stewards, while almost simultaneously Klopp was hit inches from a plastic bottle thrown by a local fan near the seated dugout.  Both supporters have since been identified by Everton and now face a ban, with Klopp admitting he didn't realize how close he was to a knock. "I haven't seen it," the Reds boss said. "I thought it was a glass bottle, but it wasn't. I saw it now because it's still at the crime scene. It was a plastic bottle. At the moment it looked like a glass bottle and it would have been really dangerous, but it was a plastic bottle.

The Portuguese Under-21 international, a summer signing from newly promoted Fulham, was rewarded on Saturday for his last win against Newcastle against Newcastle with a first Reds start in the 242nd edition of the Merseyside derby.

The Portuguese international U21, a summer which signs the newly exceeded Fulham, was in the 242nd edition of the Merseyside Derbarvalhos’ afternoon lasted only 45 minutes at Goodison Park, with Virgil Van Dijk, who had felt Frank Lampard, was worth sending a yellow card during the break.
Since then, Klopp has been disturbed to the fears that Carvalho has been an additional addition to a processing room in Liverpool, which is planned in the seams during its worst departure during a higher season during the mandate of seven years.
“A massive and very painful dead leg,” he told BT Sport. “One of the most painful things you can get – it should settle quickly but we will see.
“We all think it’s the muscle above the knee, with a massive dead leg. It’s very painful.”

Klopp will hope that Carvalho is able to recover quickly, with their Champions League Group A opener against Napoli at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona looming on Wednesday night.
The Liverpool boss confirmed that he hopes Thiago Alcantara will resume training at Kirkby on Monday after a thigh injury suffered on the first day of the season at Fulham, though it remains to be seen if the turnaround to Naples will prove too tight for the influential midfielder.
Liverpool were boosted by the return of Diogo Jota to their matchday squad against Everton, while Arthur Melo – a deadline-day loan signing from Juventus – was an unused substitute after his international clearance came through ahead of the game. This duo will be in contention for Napoli, although Klopp is clearly not expecting anyone other than captain Jordan Henderson (hamstring) is sidelined alongside Ibrahima Konate, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calvin Ramsay and Caoimhin Kelleher.
Darwin Nunez returned from suspension to lead Liverpool’s attack on Goodison and prevented a third goal for the Reds with a superb save from man of the match Jordan Pickford, who deflected his ferocious volley off the bar before half-time. time.

And the Portuguese under-21 international will now have to assess the issue ahead of the Reds game in Naples on Wednesday.

“He took a hard hit,” said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. “It was extremely painful, a dead leg in the muscle above the knee and he could no longer bend the knee, the muscles swelled and there is no more space.

“Now we have to see how fast he goes. But you could see that he was trying, but he couldn’t run well and he just took the rest and we made the change.”

Liverpool thought they were left behind with 21 minutes left in the 241st Merseyside derby when former Reds defender Conor Coady hit the goal from close range and the goal was disallowed by the VAR for offside. An Everton fan ran onto the pitch and confronted referee Anthony Taylor over the decision before being sent off by stewards, while almost simultaneously Klopp was hit inches from a plastic bottle thrown by a local fan near the seated dugout.

Both supporters have since been identified by Everton and now face a ban, with Klopp admitting he didn’t realize how close he was to a knock.

“I haven’t seen it,” the Reds boss said. “I thought it was a glass bottle, but it wasn’t. I saw it now because it’s still at the crime scene. It was a plastic bottle. At the moment it looked like a glass bottle and it would have been really dangerous, but it was a plastic bottle.

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