What Jurgen Klopp said to Liverpool dressing room at half-time to inspire Newcastle United win
Jurgen Klopp uncovered he needed to urge Liverpool to be more quiet ready to design their sensational triumph over Newcastle United.
The Reds tried not to drop more points in the beginning phases of the Premier League title race with a 2-1 win against the Magpies at Anfield the previous evening.
In any case, Liverpool required a 98th-minute mediation from substitute Favio Carvalho to procure each of the three points.
Klopp’s side were well beneath their best in the primary half and went into the break behind after Newcastle striker Alexander Isak scored on his presentation.
Be that as it may, the Reds supervisor’s message in the changing area at half-time would ultimately prove to be fruitful.
Roberto Firmino adjusted for the home side on 61 minutes before Carvalho’s goal with the last kick of the game sent Kopites into joys.
And keeping in mind that he wouldn’t believe each game should go to the wire, Klopp savored the breathtaking consummation.
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Addressing BT Sport, Klopp said: “It was a troublesome game, extremely enthusiastic, forceful safeguarding [from the] rival.
“It’s obviously difficult to pick up the rhythym from a game where everything clicked immediately (the 9-0 thrashing of Bournemouth last weekend) and you find yourself in a situation where it’s not cliking immediately.
“You give the ball away a little bit. I told the the boys at half-time that even before we were 1-0 down, we looked a bit desperate in situations already.
“We didn’t play the extra pass. Always when we did that, we looked really dangerous and we had to force ourselves to take our time a little bit more and keep going.
“In the end, we forced it and it was a wonderful goal from the birthday kid of yesterday.
“This is the best way to win a football game. I don’t need it every week but if you can do it once or twice it’s really good.”