Jurgen Klopp asks media to back off Loris Karius following latest howler

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The 25-year-old spilled Oliver Norburn's free kick into the path of Jonny Smith, allowing the winger to pull the first of two goals back for the hosts.

Klopp said Karius "could" have saved the shot, but that it was "not easy to deal with".

"Two brilliant footballers make mistakes but we only talk about one".

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When Karius made two bad mistakes in the Champions League final, supporters were furious and the last month and a half has been a process of trying to forgive the German even if forgetting is not an option.

He was then ridiculed by many Liverpool fans on social media for a glossy video of his holiday to the United States that showed him both working out and enjoying life in Los Angeles.

Ahead of that match, Jurgen Klopp said Karius was "100 percent" influenced by the concussion after a collision with Madrid captain Sergio Ramos during the Champions League final.

"I don't like it, he doesn't like it, but it will happen, so let's carry on and make the best of all these situations by learning from them". Promise? You [the media] never ask again. That's our part of the deal. I liked the second half as well because although we were not that ruthless maybe, we created a lot and played good football, came in the right spaces, last third not as good as first half but it was pretty good.

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