Was it the greatest bubble of all time… ‘Iljungwon Ace’ Endo, “It’s harder than I thought to adjust to EPL.”

The British media “Daily Mail” reported on the 2nd (Korea time), “Endo Wataru, who Liverpool recruited in the summer, found the Premier League more difficult than expected, but he is confident that he can develop and contribute more.”

Endo, the Japanese captain, has started only two league games since moving from Stuttgart to Liverpool, but has played a lot of time in the Europa League and the Carabao Cup.

Endo, however, is not doing well in every game he plays. In the last Europa League match against Toulouse, Endo was the worst. He was shown a yellow card in the 33rd minute when he fully stepped on Darlinga’s ankle. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

Also, in the 40th minute of the first half, Endo made a reckless challenge to Caceres and could have been sent off due to accumulated warnings, but the referee did not give him a card.

“Endo should have been sent off,” Joe Cole, who saw the footage, told TNT Sports. Finis-Brown said, “If Endo was sent off in the second half, it would be devastating. If that’s the case, it would be a real test of whether he can keep his rules.”

He continued, “I saw Rashford sent off last night for an act very similar to blocking the ball. It’s a yellow card. He should have been sent off already. He needs to leave the field. It’s a cynical foul.”

Endo acknowledges his lackluster performance. When asked about his experience in the Premier League so far, Endo said, “It’s harder than I thought, but I’m very happy to be here. Physically, it’s very hard to adjust because of the fast speed, but that’s the case with the Premier League, and if you keep trying and keep playing, you’ll get better.”

He continued, “Whenever I help Liverpool play, of course, I always try to watch Liverpool play on the bench. I think it’s an important thing and I’m getting better and better.”

Liverpool’s midfielders underwent a complete revamp in the summer with Mac Alister, Dominique Sobosleri and Ryan Hravunberg as the main players. However, with nine games scheduled for Boxing Day this December, Endo is expected to have more opportunities.

Endo said, “I’m always ready to play in every game, and that’s the most important thing. We need every player, so we prepare every game and try to win every game. Liverpool is very tenacious about winning, so they always have to win and they have to earn three points, which is very difficult, but that’s why I came here. I’m enjoying the pressure.”

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