- Carra feels that Mane and Salah will get back to goalscoring form.
- However, Carragher says that Firmino must also take more goalscoring responsibility.
- He failed to capitalise on his chances against Man United as well, the Liverpool legend points out.
- Carragher suggests it's natural for a player entering his late 20s to start declining.
"He's never been seen as the goal scorer, that's the responsibility of the other two.
"But he's there to chip in and when they're not scoring, and I just feel he needs to be a bigger goal threat.
"Against Manchester United, he had a couple of chances but he's not quite striking the ball right. His bringing players into the game has dropped off too.
"And also the counter-pressing and winning the ball back has dropped off with Firmino - and not just this season.
Firmino's numbers for possessions won in the final third have dropped dramatically in recent months, from 1.11 per 90 minutes to 0.42 per 90 minutes.
"He's the one I'm worried about, whether it be a lack of form or maybe just that slow decline as you get a little bit older, which is natural for any attacker when they get to their late 20s because they don't play as long as players in other areas of the pitch."
Roberto Firmino has been the leader of Liverpool's press ever since Jurgen Klopp arrived in late 2015.
However, after over 5 years of maniacal pressing, scoring crazy goals, and running everywhere on the pitch, Firmino may become the first of the front three that the Reds look to replace.
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