Liverpool ‘killed the environment’ in 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace, says Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp says the Reds ‘killed the environment’ of their 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace within the Premier League on Saturday night.
Klopp’s aspect have been unable to bounce again from the frustration of dropping 5-2 at dwelling to Actual Madrid within the Champions League on Tuesday as they placed on a colorless show in south London.
“I feel we killed the environment with the best way we performed,” Klopp instructed Sky Sports activities after the sport. “When soccer is predictable, it means it is simpler to defend. To be unpredictable you want completely different actions, that is what we have now to supply in behind the strains as effectively.
“It was at all times within the midfield space. We gave balls away, however they have been actually aggressive as effectively. You are feeling one thing’s not proper, however it’s an away level and it is OK. It is not sensible, however it’s OK.”
Liverpool have been with out Darwin Nunez and Klopp lamented the Uruguayan’s absence.
“In moments like this [we miss Darwin Nunez],” he stated. “However we are able to play with out him. We have now Diogo [Jota] on the pitch who could be the menace in behind as effectively. When Mo [Salah] and Cody [Gakpo] are dropping, Diogo must be there.”
And requested if the Actual Madrid match had any bearing on this efficiency, he stated: “I didn’t see a large affect [from the Real Madrid game]. If we rating, we go dwelling and win 1-0.
“I can bear in mind standing on this identical room speaking a couple of tough recreation however we gained as a result of we scored from a set piece.”
Liverpool are seventh, six factors behind fourth-placed Tottenham however with a recreation in hand over the north London membership.