Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has defended his tetchy interview within the aftermath of the Reds’ 4-Zero loss to Manchester Metropolis.
Liverpool had been thrashed by Manchester Metropolis on Thursday of their first match since securing the Premier League title.
It was a sobering night time for the newly-crowned champions however, with a 20-point lead on the high of the desk, it had no damaging affect.
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Nonetheless, Klopp was nonetheless labored up going into his post-match interview with the road of questioning from Sky Sports activities’ Geoff Shreeves not doing something to cheer him up.
An irritable Klopp stated: “That’s the second time you ask about perspective.
“If you wish to lead this story that we’re not targeted on this sport then do it, however I’m happy with the perspective of our workforce.”
Talking about his post-match interview, Klopp advised journalists: “I used to be not in temper after the sport. I used to be not in temper once I went to mattress or once I awakened after which at Melwood I stated: ‘I’m in a extremely good temper’.
“Why? As a result of we modified issues. If you happen to lose a sport, you lose a sport. You by no means take it straightforward however we’ve had a bit extra time to consider it.
“The issue with post-match interviews it that you’ve got a minute go inside after which you may have all of the interviews.
“This sport we misplaced in the important thing moments. In these moments Metropolis was higher than us.
“We gave a penalty away, we conceded after a throw in, we left Joe [Gomez] alone in a state of affairs that no participant ought to be alone in towards [Raheem] Sterling.
“We had been good aside from that – good conditions however we didn’t end them off.”