Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp could not explain why his team suffered a 4-1 loss to < b>Naples, one of the biggest in the history of his team in the Champions League, and said he needs time to assimilate it.
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“It's very difficult to accept this. If you've seen the game it's easy to watch that they started with two penalties in their favor and that Napoli played a great game and we didn't. That's the first explanation for the defeat,” the German told BT Sport.
“It's all very obvious, but why did it happen? I can't answer you now. Let me think about it and I'll tell you. Right now it's very difficult to accept this.”
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When Klopp was asked if he thinks he could also be sacked following Tuchel's dismissal from Chelsea, the manager said:< br>
“Not really, but who knows? The difference is that we have different types of owners. Ours are calmer and expect me to fix it and don't think someone else. That's how they see it. The day they change their thoughts, they will tell me.”
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Klopp considers that Liverpool's real problems are with a midfield and an attack that do not exert enough pressure on the rival.
“They scored a penalty and missed another, but the next two goals were served to them on a plate. We should have defended better. With 3-0 we had chances, but we were never in the game. Until Thiago entered the field, I don't remember a single well-made pressure”, Klopp pointed out. And EFE
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