Jurgen Klopp: Following the most recent Liverpool loss, I'm "mad and dissatisfied."

Jurgen Klopp: Following the most recent Liverpool loss, I’m “mad and dissatisfied.”

Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, claimed he was “mad” and “disappointed” after his team’s 3-0 loss against Wolves on Saturday.

At Molineux, relegation-threatened Wolves embarrassed the Merseyside club with goals from Craig Dawson and Ruben Neves after an own goal by Joel Matip.

As a consequence, Liverpool has only managed one victory in seven games across all competitions since the new year.

“It was obviously a bad start. two objectives that cannot be achieved in that way “After the game, Klopp spoke with Premier League Productions. “But it did happen, and it was our responsibility that we fell down 2-0. We ought to have fought harder. We were not active throughout that time. I’m at a loss for words.

There is no justification for it ” You’re down 2-0, the crowd is there, but things start to open up and we regain control. Then we play a solid away game for nearly 45 minutes without scoring. That pretty much covers it up ” For the first 15 minutes, focus. Again, I’m at a loss for words. These 15 minutes, however, cannot be permitted. It must be altered ” That is the issue. Once again, I stand here with no excuse for the first fifteen minutes.

But it’s justified because when you get off to a poor start in a Premier League game, you deserve nothing ” In the next game, we must instantly make the alteration.

We need to make a point once again since Everton won today and are now having a wonderful day. I’m now speechless because my disappointment and rage over the first 15 minutes are so intense. Then, we have opportunities to score.

Everything may have been different if the score had been 2-1, I’m sure. Three points are due to Wolves ” Definitely, yes. That is obvious. How long do we want to endure this season that no one has ever experienced? In general, yes, but not during the first 15 minutes of today’s session. What we interpret it as right now is definitely not acceptable.”

Following a season in which they finished second in the Premier League and Champions League while winning two domestic cups, Klopp’s injury-riddled team has struggled this year.

As a consequence, Liverpool lost three straight Premier League away games for the first time in ten years.

They have let up 28 goals in 21 games this season, which is more than they did all of last season in the Premier League, and they are still 21 points behind Arsenal in the standings.

Alisson, the Liverpool goalkeeper, remarked after the game, “Same as the previous games, we have no continuity at all over the 90 minutes, focused and doing what we have to do on the field battling.”

“We didn’t get off to a strong start in the first 15 minutes of the game, and we paid the price. We are in bad shape after giving up two goals. They have confidence, we tried and played well in the second half, but we still lost. The second half’s performance, with its two entirely distinct sides, was a step forward. We must apply it to the next game, take use of our opportunities, and stop giving up pointless goals.”

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