Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana says the main difference between Chelsea and his Reds is championship experience, and he knows where to turn to fix that.
Lallana points to versatile veteran and penalty-take extraordinaire James Milner.
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Saying the Reds need to learn how to win “when not at their best”, Lallana says his side also has to recognize its potential and pull their better performances into more consistent formation.
“(Milner) is probably the only one in our group who has that type of experience because it only comes from winning silverware like he did at Manchester City.
“Myself and the other players haven’t won titles or loads of cups so we need to learn from him and listen to him because that type of experience is vital. We need to learn and get back to winning ways in the league as soon as possible.”
As it stands now, with one win in 2017, the Reds need something to pull them out of their woes. Otherwise, they could find themselves behind both rivals Manchester United and Everton.