‘Klopp’ admits the Swans should draw

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits a 2-2 draw with Brighton was the right result. Ready to confirm that he is not impressed by the case of Pascal Gross, the rival midfielder, who escaped a red card during a foul and lost a penalty. The

“Reds” were taken early in the game. And even though at the end of the first half Mo Salah scored a double to overtake the lead, in the 78th minute, Lewis Dunk charged with a free kick, only getting one point back to Anfield.

“Both teams played intensely. And to be honest, we got the result we deserved,” Klopp said in a post-game interview. http://ufabet999.com

“At the same time, it was a disappointing result. We’re not sitting here. And I think getting one point from Brighton after losing to this team twice in a row is great.’ “

Brighton have real quality. But they didn’t have to do much to score the first goal. Because we almost serve it on a plate.”

“At the time of conceding the first goal, Mac Allister made an error against his old team. But he got back into the game. That’s the hardest thing as a football player. “

We want to press high. Which may not be the right time. And mistakes can happen. But we are rewarded for our efforts. and take the lead before the end of half”

“Putting pressure on the opponent is important. But in the second half we should have scored the third goal. From two golden opportunities which if the score ends We will definitely be the winners.”

“Then we lost the one-on-one duel. And losing free kicks too often, Brighton can do it in set pieces. And the score was 2-2 ′′

′′ I saw the fighting spirit. But in the important moments of the game We need to be clearer. Today we were only able to do that 80 percent and we missed out on three points. However, the important thing is that the team didn’t get any more injuries. And the wounded are coming back.”

Then referee Anthony Taylor awarded a penalty without further punishment.

“Who thought it was a chance to prevent a goal from being scored? Please raise your hand…” Klopp shot a question back at the reporter.

“There were many people who raised their hands… I think it was a penalty. But to be honest, I didn’t think about the red card at all. After the game, I heard many people say, It was a moment that clearly prevented a chance to score.”

“I haven’t seen the slow-motion picture yet. Therefore it cannot be judged. But I’m too old for these things. I don’t want to talk about rules. We accept what we get.”