Liverpool Match day

Dejan Lovren reveals the punishment he puts on himself after making mistakes



Dejan Lovren says he rebuffs himself by not conversing with individuals “for quite a long time” when he commits an error.

Lovren incidentally played Harry Kane onside amid Liverpool’s emotional draw with Tottenham a weekend ago when he swiped whimsically at a free ball.

That oversight was the most recent in a line of mistakes – against Sevilla and Everton – and the Liverpool protector has gotten feedback with previous Reds safeguard Steve Nicol calling him “a prepare wreck holding up to happen”.

Notwithstanding picking not to tune in to any outside commotion concerning his execution level, the Croatian has conceded the personal anguish he puts himself through in the repercussions of making a blunder.

“I’m my greatest commentator of myself when I commit errors,” he disclosed to Sky Sports.

“I don’t converse with anybody for two or three days – this is me. It is merely the discipline.

“What do other individuals think? I’m not irritated. What’s essential is the thing that the administration says because he is the man accountable for me. On the off chance that he’s sure about me at that point that is an affirmation for myself that I’m extraordinary compared to other safeguards in the Premier League.

“When you go 18 diversions unbeaten individuals will state ‘wow he’s okay’ however when you commit errors they will blame the back four.”

Lovren was talking in front of Liverpool’s Super Sunday conflict with Southampton, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

The defender left Southampton in 2014 for £20m after only one season with the club.

Lovren has recognized it was a troublesome end to his opportunity at St Mary’s and he has experienced an antagonistic gathering the home fans at whatever point he has returned there as a Liverpool player.

“There will be some interesting emotions,” he said.

“The welcome doesn’t trouble me – perhaps they miss me or something to that effect? It is the reason they are doing it.

“I had an awesome time at Southampton and will dependably be grateful for that. I never had any sentiments of detest towards the Southampton fans – they helped me and obviously, they did some great business.”

Virgil van Dijk is another previous Southampton player coming back to St Mary’s on Sunday, and he has conceded that a chilly gathering anticipates him after he joined Liverpool for £75m in January after a drawn-out exchange adventure.

At the point when requested that who’s imaginable get more mishandle, Lovren is savoring the prospect and stated: “despite everything I’m number one!

“Perhaps Virgil is behind me? How about we witness what will. We should see amongst me and Virgil who will have the higher decimals.”

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