Despite admitting that Liverpool’s season-to-date performance has not been “problematic”, Luis Diaz believes that the Reds must improve after only earning two points in their first three Premier League games.
With a 2-1 loss at Manchester United on Monday, Jurgen Klopp’s team followed up draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace at home with another draw. As a result, Erik ten Hag earned his first points as Man Utd’s manager at the third attempt.
These results have Liverpool 16th in the table, and while the season is still fresh, Diaz admits that things must improve.
“It’s been a bit of a difficult start,” said the Colombia forward. “It’s not quite the outset we wanted for the season. We’re a club that goes out to win three points from every game we play.
“I wouldn’t say it’s problematic for the players or for the manager but certainly we all know we need to do better.”