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Andy Robertson speaks out about the win over Wolverhampton Ruya Patricio: ‘Football loses its meaning when someone lies on the lawn for so long’

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Liverpool defender Andy Robertson speaks out about the win over Wolverhampton”Ruya Patricio.

“When someone lays on the grass for an extended period and there are doctors around, football loses its sense. When you’re interested in all of this, it’s terrible; I hope he’s okay. He and his family are in our thoughts and prayers.

I understand how this will impact the Wolves, as this is their second such episode this season. I’m hoping to see him back in goal soon because he’s a fantastic goalkeeper.

We may not have performed well, but we haven’t had many wins like this so far this season. We fought back, defended the dry match, Alisson performed admirably, and we won three points. It was a match between two teams who are most likely disappointed with their standings. Wolves is a much better location than they are now.

Let’s see where we end up at the end of the season. You must now get in shape. In this round, some of our opponents have lost points; we need to close the gap,” Robertson said on Sky Sports.

Rui Patricio’s horrible injury: the Wolves goalkeeper took a knee to the head from his captain and had to be substituted after 15 minutes of assistance.

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