Header Ads

Jurgen Klopp Wants to 'Restart' Liverpool After Reds' Devastating Premier League Loss

After Saturday's crushing defeat to Watford, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has decided to use that moment as a “restart”. He considers it is time to focus on the next three months. 

“Sometimes a little knock is important. So I don’t see anything negative in it. From time to time if you are not good enough, you need to see [the] effect. Not good enough – what happens then? So restart. Maybe the longer the [undefeated] run goes, maybe it becomes more important. But I didn’t see that today. Now it is over. We can start again with whatever we did before, and we will,” Klopp said, as quoted by The Guardian.

The separation of Liverpool from the runner-up Manchester City is 22 points, with City in second place in the league. The match in reserve, available to Manchester City, is a weak argument. After all, there are only ten rounds to the finish line. And even if suddenly Liverpool really somehow lost its edge, there are still lots of chances to get the gold.

In the match of the 28th round of the English Premier League, Watford hosted Liverpool at Vicarrage Road stadium and defeated the Reds 3-0.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.