"I am angry that I made a mistake that put the team in a hard situation", the Brazil keeper told ESPN Brasil.
"It was a "reading the play" mistake by me", Alisson told ESPN Brasil after the game.
Mane has shown a renewed hunger, playing with a desperation and eagerness to score goals - looking to get at defenders and make things happen in the final third. We learn from it.
Attempting a Cruyff turn in his own area to get round Leicester striker Kelechi Iheanacho, Alisson got the ball caught in his feet and lost possession. That is how it is. We need all of the players, that's good.
"No goalkeeper in the world should dribble in that situation". Leicester's goal, which came as a result of a howler from goalkeeper Alisson, was the first they have conceded.
"This would have been a blow to him because I think he thrives on keeping clean sheets and I know Liverpool do as well".
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"There are probably a few more managers in the league but you thought it was about me, no problem".
Liverpool, Chelsea and Watford all sit on a flawless 12 points heading into the worldwide break.
"The crowd wanted to make him nervous after, but he didn't look nervous".
Despite the Foxes' best efforts, Liverpool held on for victory, and in doing so clinched their fourth straight win to start the season, achieving this feat for the first time in the Premier League era and since 1990-91.
Instead of focussing on Alisson's error, Robertson wants to highlight the Brazilian's crucial interventions that have helped maintain Liverpool's 100-percent win record.
"It was exciting until the end and I'm fine with that".