Alexis MacAllister candidly acknowledges Liverpool supporters after Aston Villa’s collapse

Alexis Mac Allister apologized for his performance in Liverpool’s 3-3 draw with Aston Villa and admitted Monday night’s result at Villa Park “feels like a defeat”.

The Reds took a 3-1 lead early in the second half after an own goal by Emi Martinez was followed by strikes from Cody Gakpo and Jarell Quansah either side of the break.

However, after a quadruple change at the end of the second half and Mac Allister moved into the no. 6 as a result, Liverpool dropped two points in the Midlands as Jhon Duran grabbed a quick brace to salvage a vital point in Aston Villa’s Champions pursuit. League qualification.

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Mac Allister handed over possession for Villa’s first-half equaliser, curling a pass to Gakpo, before being caught again in possession late in the second half by Calum Chambers, who set up Duran to make it 3-2 . at Villa Park.

With the Reds dropping two points and with just two wins from their last five league outings, Mac Allister revealed his disappointment with both his and Liverpool’s performance on Monday night.

“Yesterday’s match feels like a defeat. When things don’t go well, I’m the first to criticize myself and I accept that; I realize it’s part of the game,” the Argentine wrote on Instagram.

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