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Fans turn on Jurgen Klopp following Post Match Interview



Fans turn on Jurgen Klopp following Post Match Interview

After his team’s embarrassing 3-1 loss to Brentford, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp launched into an incredible tirade that stunned the crowd.

Ibrahima Konate’s own-goal deflection of a corner gave the Bees the lead inside of 20 minutes. With a spectacular header three minutes before halftime, Yoane Wissa increased the score to 2-0.

In an effort to energize his team, Klopp made three substitutions at the start of the second half. Liverpool briefly regained possession of the ball when Alex Oxlade Chamberlain scored in the 50th minute, but their hopes were shattered when Bryan Mbeumo sealed the 3-1 triumph in the 84th.

Klopp expressed his displeasure with several of the decisions made during the game after it ended. The third goal did not satisfy the German, who alleged of a foul in the buildup.

He said:

“The third goal should not be a goal, easy as that! Trying to talk to the officials about it is like trying to talk to my microwave.”

According to Jurgen  Klopp, the manner the match was called by the referee allowed Brentford to maintain control of the proceedings.

“Brentford could dictate the game because of how it got whistled.

“They stretched the rules. That’s why it’s really difficult. VAR hides behind the phrase ‘not clear and obvious’. The referee needs to explain that.”

Jurgen Klopp continued:

“We had a meeting before the season. The behaviour in the box, the ref will whistle. They don’t do it. I don’t expect anything in our favour. There’s a reason Brentford are so successful with offensive set pieces and not defensive set pieces.”

“The third goal I really cannot respect.”

This did not go down well for fans who were quick to react to the Liverpool boss’ comments.

One said: “Was Klopp at a different game? Why has he become so delusional?”

Another tweeted: “He’s always blaming someone.”

A third tweet stated:

“That’s never a foul. Well beaten by far the better side. Does this bloke ever lose without an excuse?”

Liverpool will play Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend as they start the FA Cup defense after the most recent setback.

Tough times ahead for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp.