Following Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp has bemoaned his team’s inability to score, while conceding another strike themselves from a set play.
When Klopp first took charge of Liverpool, they were four points behind United. A few months later, where United have really struggled, Liverpool are now six points behind.
Louis van Gaal has beaten Liverpool on every occasion he’s faced them now, taking his run to four games in a row. The last time we had so many consecutive wins against Liverpool was 2008.
How can I say some good things only ten minutes after we lost to Manchester United? They didn’t play good but they feel brilliantly at the moment. We played much better but we lost. We were in a good way in this game but we didn’t’ finish.
Again a set play – I can’t believe that! We didn’t avoid the cross, we lost Fellaini and we completely lost Rooney. He made the volley with their only chance in the game. It’s hard to accept but we have to.
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