Liverpool are tired of losing, says Fabio Borini

Fabio Borini says Liverpool to need to find confidence and form

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Fabio Borini says Liverpool are “tired of losing” after a third successive defeat.

The Reds continued their miserable run on Saturday as Premier League leaders Chelsea came from behind to win 2-1 at Anfield.

We lost three games in one week and when you lose three times you become tired of losing

Fabio Borini

And Liverpool striker Borini admitted Brendan Rodgers’s side need to find confidence and belief after a difficult sequence of results.

“The feeling here is that we have 10 days to work hard and focus on ourselves,” Borini told Liverpool’s website.

“We can work hard on what we need to do to improve and take that into the game against Crystal Palace and then Ludogorets.

“We’ve got to focus on the positives and return to winning ways. We need to find confidence and belief, focus on us first and be really concentrated on what we do. We need to just pass all the rest because that’s how you perform well.

“We played better [against Chelsea] than we had in the previous league games. But to lose 2-1 is obviously a disappointment. We can’t be happy about a loss in the league, especially against one of the contenders for the league and one of our rivals.

“But there are positives – the way we played and the way we started the game, which was a lot better than what we did in the games before that.

“But we lost three games in one week and when you lose three times you become tired of losing. Now it’s actually [going to be] easier to get up and fight because you want to win and you want to show that the winning mentality is our mentality.”

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