Virgil van Dijk reiterated Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson's rallying cry after the Reds' 4-1 defeat at home by Manchester City on Sunday.
The game was make or break for Liverpool, who trailed Pep Guardiola's side by seven points going into the clash at Anfield.
But it was City who came out on top as Phil Foden and co. ran riot.
Henderson, who has been playing in an unfamiliar centre-back role in recent weeks, due to injury problems at Liverpool, spoke out following the fixture.
"Tough one to take yesterday," Henderson posted on Instagram on Monday morning.
"This is a time we need to stick together and get through this difficult period.
"Sometimes you can learn more from these times and we will give everything to change our current situation. You'll never walk alone."
Van Dijk, who has been out of action since injuring his ACL in the Merseyside derby in October, posted Henderson's message to his Instagram Story.
Alongside the message he included a love heart emoji and a finger pointing upwards, as if to reiterate the captain's words.
Van Dijk has been a huge miss for the Reds this season, and injuries to Joel Matip and Joe Gomez has meant Klopp has had to get creative with his defence.
Centre-backs Ben Davies and Ozan Kabak were signed in the January transfer window.
Neither player featured on Sunday, as Kabak made the bench, but the former Preston defender was left out of the squad entirely.
* Sign up to the Mirror Football email here for the latest news and transfer gossip
Source: Read Full Article