Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp applauds fans after the game. (Reuters / Darren Staples)
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Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said captain Jordan Henderson's return from a foot injury has been put back for the foreseeable future and he would adopt a cautious approach with the midfielder to avoid aggravating the problem.Henderson, who had been expected to return to training this week, has not featured for Liverpool since early February. Striker Daniel Sturridge will also miss Saturday's league clash against Merseyside rivals Everton with a hip injury while midfielder Philippe Coutinho and striker Roberto Firmino have returned from international duty with Brazil unscathed.
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