Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp explained his unusual reaction to Mohamed Salah’s goal during last night’s 2-1 win over Tottenham come.
Jürgen Klopp described his unusual reaction to Mohamed Salah ‘s goal in Liverpool’s win over Tottenham Hotspur, with the Egyptian scoring twice to help the Reds. Red won 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last night, Salah opened the scoring in the 11th minute with a great touch and finished. In the 18-yard box of the Spurs Before adding the second goal before the end of the first half, taking advantage of Eric Dier’s big mistakebefore lifting the ball over Hugo Lloris’ head, who flew in to grab the ball.
Former Norwegian striker Jan Ake Fjortoft noticed that Klopp did not look like his usual self when the team scored. Because the German coach seems to be happy quietly. Not out of the front like it used to be. Fjortoft questioned Klopp about his ‘unusual’ reaction, and the Liverpool manager said the reason was because of Spurs’ tendency to get back into the game. Told Viaplay : “Yeah, obviously Tottenham are the team that this season is known for making comebacks,” so it’s not 2-0 and you think, ‘Oh, it’s halfway’? Whatever, it was clear, I saw some moments in the first half that they had a good chance of causing a big problem for us in the second half. And they really did that.” “But we made it through. And that’s the most important thing.”
Spurs returned to the game after half-time, with Antonio Conte ‘s side having been a different team throughout the second half. and may collect at least one point from the match They deserved a decisive goal from Harry Kane , with Dejan Kulusevski providing the assist after coming back from injury and coming on as a substitute just a minute later. But the hosts were unable to score an equalizer to secure Liverpool’s first away win of the season in the league.
Klopp also revealed what Darwin Nunez needs to improve on is his defensive assistance. As mentioned, ‘Ken’ scored the goal for the Golden Spurs in this UFABET game in the 70th minute from the moment when Dejan Kulusevski collected the ball on the right, stabbed into the penalty area for the national team striker. The British flicked along the water past Alisson’s hands , squeezing the base of the pole into a magnificent distance. And while there was no direct liability for Kane’s shot, Nunez did not mark Eric Dier, who started the move for the goal. The Spurs defender managed to escape the articulation of the Reds striker and pass the ball to Matt Doherty, a pass for Dejan Kulusevski, who later sent Kane a perfect shot.
“It’s damage. It was an unnecessary goal,” Klopp said after the Sky Sports game. “It was a great pass from Kulusevski. He came down and it happened. We are like that again!” “It’s tough, but you have to defend, that’s what it is. You have to defend the halfspace and the wing area . But he was just a moment late and Dyer came in. And the next ball is in the penalty area.”