In spite of bearing an ankle injury in a hit with a pitch invader, Adrian is confident of springing Liverpool’s match versus Southampton.
The 32-year-old, Spaniard, was wounded while post-match parties comprehending the triumph atop Chelsea in the Super Cup on Wednesday.
Adrian on Friday, while addressing the club website said:
“Today I feel much healthier,”.
“I wish following further treatment it’s going to be significantly fit. I’m very positive to spring playing on Saturday anew.”
The disturbance occurred as the Liverpool players were crowded collectively, lauding
Adrian’s save of Tammy Abraham’s penalty in the shootout again.
A fan, striving to join the group, ran towards them, sliding as he was grasped by a steward, and hit with several players.
“It was a peculiar, eerie condition because we were partying amidst us and one person sprang from the crowd and began to run.
“I think he glid in front of us and also the security with him and made me a block from the side.”
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp stated:
“There’s no skepticism about how much we treasure our fans, there’s no doubt regarding that at all, yet if they all could stand effecting that – that’s the most unfortunate instance we have so far came across.
“I don’t know what you can do regarding it in the stadium however that suggests there is a lot of obligation for the patrons as well. Moreover, one person cannot hinder or stop himself, then the people around should do it because it’s not entertaining. It’s insane.
You think ‘wow, how can something like this occur?'”
Furthermore, the third-choice keeper of Liverpool, Andy Lonergan, 35, was an unused replacement for the match in Istanbul which concluded 2-2 following extra time, could deputize for Adrian if the 32-year-old is ruled out.
However, Liverpool’s first-choice keeper Alisson is sidelined with a maverick injury and when questioned, Klopp told Lonergan was “active” if necessitated.