Jurgen Klopp Describes Messi Goal as ‘Unsaveable’ After Barcelona Defeat

Jurgen Klopp Describes Messi Goal as ‘Unsaveable’ After Barcelona Defeat

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has described Leo Messi‘s unbelievable free-kick as ‘unsaveable’ following his side’s 3-0 defeat to Barcelona, whilst insisting his team put in one of their best away showing in the Champions League during his tenure.

The Reds’ European hopes are hanging by a thread following the mauling in Catalonia, with Luis Suarez scoring before a Messi double to hand the La Liga giants a massive advantage ahead of next week’s semi-final second-leg.

Messi’s incredible goal – his 600th goal for Barca – was the highlight, and whilst Klopp was obviously downbeat afterwards, he insisted he was happy with his team’s efforts:

Do you think there’s any chance of a Liverpool comeback in the second-leg?

The Premier League side are famous for their comebacks, particularly in Europe, but surely coming from three goals down against Messi and co is a step too far?

What do you reckon?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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