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Klopp's words after Liverpool was defeated and halted off their unbeaten run.

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Just as always, Liverpool's lack of defensive coordination was brought out badly, as their club record of 25 unbeaten games, was brought to an end by West Ham united.

Two consecutive times keeper ALLISON and his teammates couldn’t keep the ball out of play during corners…in an embarrassing 3-2 defeat at the London stadium.

Coach Klopp’s anger with Craig Pawson [REFEREE] as a result of not considering that Alisson was fouled on the first goal. And also for not sending off Aaron Cresswell for his rough play on Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson.

According to Klopp, he said that;



‘’The end of the unbeaten run is the least of my problems. Any run will end at some point. The way it happened is difficult to take but that’s how football is. If you don’t use your chances, then it’s up to refereeing decisions’’


On the other hand, west ham manager; David Moyes said that;


‘’We didn’t play well in the first half, but we changed things around and played at halftime and played much better in the second half. It was a terrific effort by the players and victory was thoroughly served. We could have scored a couple more in the second half’’.


After the first half had ended 1-1. The second half started with a powerful end-to-end action as West Ham regained the lead in the 67th minute. Minutes before Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was replaced with Thiago Alcantara. 

However, Liverpool’s need for an equalizer presented the hammers with great attacking opportunities as Kurt Zouma. The former Chelsea and Everton player scored from another corner.


Klopp had a feeling Divock Origi could try to change the game. And the BELGIAN took Klopp’s hope up as he fired in a delicate piece of ball juggling inside the penalty area.


Mane headed wide across the face of goal...as Several chances presented themselves to Liverpool but the REDS could do nothing about it.

The game ended 3-2 on the final whistle as West Ham moved to the third position with the same points [23] as Man City…and 3 points from reaching first-place Chelsea.


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