Jürgen Klopp was disappointed on Saturday after Liverpool’s new defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers (3-0). The manager indicated that the team lacks a leader in the back, referring to the absence of the injured Virgil van Dijk.
Liverpool trailed 2-0 at Molineux within twelve minutes thanks to a goal from Craig Dawson and an own goal from Joël Matip. “The first fifteen minutes on our part was unacceptable. This should not happen. How can you start like this when you are in such a bad position?” Klopp responded to Viaplay.
“We rightly lose 3-0. The first time Wolves crossed the halfway line after the break, it immediately became a goal,” said the German. “When you start a match like that, you don’t earn anything at all.” Liverpool are four consecutive games without a win in the Premier League due to the loss. ‘The Reds’ are in the disappointing tenth place. It will be very hard for them to get back in the top 6, let alone the top 4. Free bet offers on Jurgen Klopp to be the next Premier League manager who gets fired are getting lowered in value each week.
Jurgen Klopp missed leadership
Klopp told the BBC that he lacks defensive leadership. Van Dijk has been out of circulation for some time due to an injury. “We often get goals against. But how we got the goals now, that’s just not possible.” “Yes, we lack a leader in defense, especially with those goals against. But we don’t finish the chances either. The last pass kept going wrong. This has to change quickly. I have no words for this, sorry.” Cody Gakpo, who came over from PSV, had a basic place at Liverpool. The attacker was again unable to produce a goal or assist in his sixth game for the English club. The Orange international was substituted just before time.