Leicester City 2-0 Liverpool: Twitter reacts as Jurgen Klopp's side crashes out of Carabao Cup

The loss meant Liverpool remain winless in September after four matches in all competition

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Liverpool crashed out of the Carabao cup in familiar fashion against Leicester City on Tuesday night as second-half goals from Shinji Okazaki and Islam Slimani saw the Foxes win.

The loss means Liverpool are still winless in all of September, having lost to Manchester City while drawing the rest of their games including home games against Sevilla and Burnley.

Also read: Gary Neville gives his thoughts on Manchester United and Liverpool's performance

Fans were excited to see how certain fringe players would perform, with Klopp making eight changes from the draw with Burnley.

It didn't pan out that way, though, as typical poor finishing proved costly and shaky defending allowed the hosts to progress.

And despite a good first half performance, Liverpool were unable to make the pressure tell as they lost 2-0 to the Foxes in the third round at the King Power Stadium.

The Merseyside club dominated proceedings in the first half with Philippe Coutinho impressing, but the game was turned on its head in the second half when he was replaced.

Substitute Okazaki fired the Foxes ahead shortly after the break and Islam Slimani wrapped up the victory with a superb strike ten minutes later. Here's how Twitter reacted to the defeat:

Liverpool
Reuters

Liverpool crashed out of the Carabao cup in familiar fashion against Leicester City on Tuesday night as second-half goals from Shinji Okazaki and Islam Slimani saw the Foxes win.

The loss means Liverpool are still winless in all of September, having lost to Manchester City while drawing the rest of their games including home games against Sevilla and Burnley.

Also read: Gary Neville gives his thoughts on Manchester United and Liverpool's performance

Fans were excited to see how certain fringe players would perform, with Klopp making eight changes from the draw with Burnley.

It didn't pan out that way, though, as typical poor finishing proved costly and shaky defending allowed the hosts to progress.

And despite a good first half performance, Liverpool were unable to make the pressure tell as they lost 2-0 to the Foxes in the third round at the King Power Stadium.

The Merseyside club dominated proceedings in the first half with Philippe Coutinho impressing, but the game was turned on its head in the second half when he was replaced.

Substitute Okazaki fired the Foxes ahead shortly after the break and Islam Slimani wrapped up the victory with a superb strike ten minutes later. Here's how Twitter reacted to the defeat:

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