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Andy Robertson on Liverpool’s Premier League Defeat to Watford: We Were Nowhere Near Good Enough

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Liverpool stunk out the place at Vicarage Road yesterday and Andy Robertson knows it. A dreadful performance that he can only describe honestly.

“Watford were at it from the start and we took time to get going. We had a couple of good moments but nowhere near enough for this Liverpool team,” the left back told the official Liverpool site.

“It’s a performance that has not been expected for a number of years by the fans and we can only apologise for this performance. It’s up to us to bounce back.

“Up to this point it has still been a fantastic season but today we weren’t at the races, we weren’t the Liverpool that everyone has watched.

“It’s up to us to now get back to that because that’s the only way we’re going to win games and get closer to our targets.”

“It’s up to us to now bounce back because today wasn’t good enough, simple as that. Watford deserved the three points, they were brilliant to a man. And we weren’t.

“It’s up to us to now show that this defeat hurts and up to us to now go and put a run together that will crown us champions.”

There’s no argument here. No defence. No nothing. Liverpool need to sort it out, and quick.