Jurgen Klopp Really Wasn’t Happy with His Side’s Performance Against Man Utd

Jurgen Klopp Really Wasn’t Happy with His Side’s Performance Against Man Utd

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp struggled to hide his frustration following his side’s 0-0 draw with Manchester United at Anfield on Monday night, and admitted the Reds didn’t play as he would have hoped.

Klopp’s side were stifled by a Jose Mourinho-inspired stuffy performance, with United managing just one shot on target throughout the dull 90 minutes.

Moreover, the stalemate means Liverpool missed the opportunity to put the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City and Klopp admitted he was looking for a much better display from his side:

Liverpool now face a similarly tricky home game against West Brom on Saturday, before taking on Tottenham in the EFL Cup next midweek.

United, meanwhile, face a hectic fixture schedule with the big games coming thick and fast.

Mourinho and his men face Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday night before taking on Chelsea at Old Trafford this weekend.

But what do you make of Klopp’s assertion that his team didn’t play well? Is he right to be so damning of his own players?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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