Jones warns Liverpool are left to finish the second leg of the Carabao Cup semifinals.

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Curtis Jones, Liverpool‘s midfielder is happy that. The team was able to overtake Fulham 2-1 in the Carabao Cup semi-finals, the first match yesterday. But it is not guaranteed that they have made it to the final. There is still another match left to play at Craven Cottage (24 Jan.). Which has always been a rocky past history.

‘Reds’ cruise to duel London’s ‘little tycoons’ haven’t won in their last two matches, drawing 2-2 and 1-1 respectively, so the 22-year-old midfielder wants to urge his teammates not to let off the gas if they hope to make it to Wembley Stadium. ทางเข้า UFABET

“It has been a great week of domestic cup atmosphere. One thing is that soon after we passed the last match (FA Cup third round, beating Arsenal 2-0), we continued with Fulham.” Opening his mouth through ‘Sky Sports’.

“We changed some positions. But the work can be closed. Today is considered happy.” 

“Having the opportunity to compete continuously, I will take advantage of it as much as possible. It’s important to preserve it. Because when the opportunity is in front It’s up to us to show our work, okay?” 

“Playing against Fulham is always difficult. Asthma rises up your throat until the last minute. Every match you can look back on. In the second leg, try to visit with more goals. But the competition isn’t over yet. Until that day we will see each other well.” 

Jones has played in the starting lineup throughout all 4 rounds of the Carabao Cup this season, scoring 3 goals. In the latest match winning the Man of the Match title from the organizers.