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Jurgen Klopp hits out at ‘crime’ of being pressured to play on Saturday lunchtime after Liverpool’s shock defeat to Atalanta


Jurgen Klopp has as soon as once more hit out at broadcasters after Liverpool’s shock 2-Zero residence defeat to Atalanta within the Champions League.

Targets from Josip Ilicic and Robin Gosens inflicted a primary defeat on the Reds in 9 video games on Wednesday night.

Atalanta shocked Liverpool at Anfield

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Atalanta shocked Liverpool at Anfield

Liverpool didn’t register shot on track in opposition to a crew they thrashed 5-Zero within the reverse fixture simply three weeks in the past, regardless of the posh of getting prime scorer Mohamed Salah accessible for choice after recovering from coronavirus.

Previous to the sport, Klopp expressed his frustration at enjoying within the Champions League on Wednesday after which being pressured to journey to Brighton for Saturday’s 12.30pm kick-off.

And he took one other swipe at broadcasters when requested about Liverpool’s failure to register a shot on track in opposition to Atalanta.

He stated: “I’m not stunned about that. However how I stated… yeah… I’m afraid to say it however I feel it might occur not solely to us, however to different groups.

Klopp is unhappy with broadcasters

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Klopp is sad with broadcasters

“You, my particular buddies ask us to go on 12.30pm on Saturday, which is sort of a criminal offense, to be trustworthy, practically a criminal offense.

“However it’s nothing to do with the sport tonight, however congratulations for that.

“My solely curiosity in the mean time is I bought a thumbs up, no person was injured and let’s get better instantly.

“The boys are fully disillusioned, pissed off, however we don’t have time for that to be trustworthy.

“It’s nearly getting contemporary legs as shortly as potential and going once more.”

You may hearken to Liverpool’s Premier League conflict in opposition to Brighton LIVE on talkSPORT from 12.30pm on Saturday.


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