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Lovren: "Ramos makes more mistakes than me"

Lovren:

The centre-back had plenty of praise for the Frenchman who beat him in Kiev: "He should be [regarded as] the best defender in the world".

Lovren was also asked about his assertion that he was one of the best defenders in the world, made after Croatia's World Cup semi-final win against England. Riddled with costly mistakes, the World Cup victor in 2010 is coming under increasing scrutiny as Real struggle to adapt to life after Cristiano Ronaldo.

'But he plays for Real Madrid, when you do a mistake you win 5-1 or 5-2, nobody cares about the mistake.

"If you look, Ramos has many more mistakes than me". "He doesn't get it as much as Ramos gets".

Lovren had come under scrutiny after stating in the summer that "people should recognise" that he is "one of the best defenders in the world" and avoid speaking "nonsense".

'I said one of the best defenders in the world and I think I didn't say anything wrong, ' he added.

But he has denied those comments in an interview with COPA90.

"I showed that I took Liverpool to the Champions League final and now with my national team we are in the final".




"Sometimes I think I don't deserve the hate, I would say".

He singled out Varane - rather than Ramos - as "the best defender in the world", whilst also discussing a whole range of fascinating topics.

Liverpool, on the other hand, have started the new Premier League season in fine form.

"Me and him, we reached the final of the Champions League".

It's actually quite impressive and reassuring to see a defender so full of self belief considering the amount of grief he has received from his own fans after some high-profile mistakes.

The 29-year-old named partner Van Dijk, Raphael Varane and PSG's Thiago Silva.

"I was second after Thierry Henry, I searched that information". Jurgen Klopp's side are unbeaten in their opening 10 games and have conceded just four goals so far - 12 less than at the same point last season.


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