Fabinho and other Brazilian players from the Premier League were not released for international duty due to covid restrictions. Now their country is embroiled in a battle with Liverpool and the other clubs, and the players are the ones getting punished.
Covering Liverpool's players on international duty.
The collective Liverpool fanbase had its heart in its mouth as big Virg clutched at his ankle.
Liverpool’s players had a successful Tuesday.
The club are seeking to return Keïta to Liverpool following Sunday’s overthrow of president Alpha Condé.
Liverpool Internationals Weekend Review — Trent Alexander-Arnold In Midfield, Guinea Match Postponed Due To Coup
There were plenty of Liverpool players who featured for their national teams over the weekend, including Trent Alexander-Arnold getting time playing in midfield for England. In scarier news, Naby Keita and Guinea had their match against Morocco, scheduled for Monday, postponed after a coup was held in Guinea on Sunday.
Liverpool could face fines and even lose our Brazilian trio if Brazil chooses sanctions.
Six LFC players were in action.
All the Liverpool action around the globe during the coming week.
Egypt’s head coach Hossam Elbadry announced on Sunday that Salah and Arsenal’s Mohamed Elneny would not be participating.
Henderson came on as a sub for England, but was subbed out right before penalties
Brazil lost 1-0 to Argentina in the final which saw an appearance from Bobby Firmino.
The Liverpool star will captain his country in the historic match.
Our captain again showed his commitment towards making football a game for everyone.
The Liverpool teammates will both be looking to propel their teams into the semis.
Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino all played in Brazil’s final group game.
The good news is: he can have a nap now.
A tricky spot for the gaffer, with Hendo on one side and his home country on the other.
We take a look at the Liverpool players who will be competing in the final rounds of the competition.
It was a very very dramatic game.
The two teams ended up on opposite ends of Group D.
The Liverpool captain could make his debut in this tournament on Tuesday.
Neco Williams and Harry Wilson have moved on to the round of 16 with Wales, but Shaqiri and Switzerland will have to wait.