Michael Owen, a former Liverpool striker, has attributed Harvey Elliott’s role in the buildup to Brentford’s second goal during Liverpool’s 3-1 loss to Brentford in the Premier League on Monday at Community Stadium.
Goldennewsng reports that When Ibrahima Konate scored an own goal in the 19th minute to give Thomas Frank’s Brentford the lead, the game got off to a strong start.
Brentford forward Yoane Wissa had two of his goals disallowed by VAR during a time when Liverpool rode their luck. On the other hand, the 26-year-old scored on his third attempt.
In the hope that his teammates would get the ball, Elliott let a pass through his legs as a dummy.
However, the ball wound up with Brentford, and the grouping prompted the host’s second of the evening.
Owen was also dissatisfied with Elliott’s performance. Through HITC, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid attacker stated: This occurs immediately following a missed goal. In your third, I have no idea what Harvey Elliott is doing there. allowing the ball to pass through his legs.
He couldn’t have yelled. It never came on. The score is now 2-0 and they have a mountain to climb when suddenly they are outnumbered at the back post.