Following his team’s shocking 2-1 loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday, Jurgen Klopp acknowledged he was “worried” about Liverpool’s condition.
In the 16th minute, Jadon Sancho gave Erik ten Hag’s team the lead, and Marcus Rashford doubled it early in the second half.
In the 81st minute, Mohamed Salah scored a goal for Klopp, but Liverpool was unable to salvage a point and fell to 16th place in the Premier League with just two points.
After the game, Klopp admitted he was concerned about the Reds’ start to the season because they had already fallen five points behind league leaders Manchester City.
The German said, “I’m quite dissatisfied by the result.” “I’m worried about our situation, but that’s the way it is.
It was a game in which United’s course of action was crystal evident. Were they initially more aggressive than we were? Most likely, yeah.
It was precisely the match that United wanted to play. You may claim it’s our fault for that. But up to the last pass or choice, we performed like we ought to have. We experienced a lot in the box.
“We scored a goal, which was entirely deserving but came a little bit too late.” If we had played a little bit better tonight, we might have won the game.
After Liverpool gave up Sancho’s opening goal, Klopp further stated that he was unconcerned with the acrimonious exchange between James Milner and Virgil van Dijk.
He insisted, “We don’t have any kind of conflicts in the team. There was an argument on the field.
Nobody is pleased when they lose a game. That is entirely typical. That is not an explanation. Everything in this division is good”.
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