Klopp says he didn’t mean to humiliate the Devil before revealing the reason for Thiago’s replacement

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said: It was not intended to ‘humiliate’ Manchester United after the Reds opened their home at Anfield to a 4-0 demolition of their arch-rivals in the Reds last night.

Jürgen Klopp has  hailed a “perfect night” after Liverpool lifted the lead at the top of the Premier League  on a memorable night at Anfield last night (Tuesday 19 April 2022). Red admits he had no intention of ‘humiliating ‘ Manchester United after beating key rivals in a beautiful and record-breaking fashion.

            Mohamed Salah scored two goals alone, while Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane each scored as the Reds won 4-0 at Anfield to earn points. Overtaking Manchester City by two points with the Blues clashing with Brighton and Hove Albion tonight (Wednesday 20 April 2022) and Klopp is pleased with the UFABET team’s performance. With Thiago Alcantara doing a great job in midfield.

            “Mo scored two, assisted in the first goal. Luis assisted Sadio and scored from Mo’s pass,” said the Reds boss. “Diogo (Jota) came on and Mo’s assisted second goal. To be honest, it’s very good (to the point that it can’t be any better).” “Tiago played well with his quality. Obviously comes responsibility, if you are good you should play well too. And that’s what he did tonight again.” “For the football manager. There really is nothing to mourn about. It was the perfect night for us. We don’t think it’s easy to come by. If our counter-pressing wasn’t as great as tonight, I think Man United could have played a much better game. But because we are doing our best So it didn’t happen to them.”

            Thiago was substituted with 10 minutes remaining, with Klopp explaining why. “His pants are torn. After that he told me At first I thought it was something else. But he’s obviously fine.” After a 5-0 win at Old Trafford in October, Liverpool became the first team to score nine goals in a league game against Manchester United. However, Klopp dismissed the statistic and expressed sympathy for the situation with Ralph Rangnick’s side.

            “I didn’t come here to humiliate opponents,” he said. “We did what we had to do and won the game. Of course, Manchester United are in a difficult situation. Check out the line-up tonight. They play without a central midfielder. and when you are in a difficult situation Often in your life you will be unlucky. And that’s what Manchester United got it before the game.” “In the game, Paul (Pogba) had to leave the field. And whether it’s a derby or not It’s not easy playing with us , 9-0, I don’t care. That’s what it does for the fans. If they want to celebrate winning 9-0 they can. But it’s not for me . I know it won’t last forever. they will retaliate they will come back again This club is very powerful but tonight we were too good.”

            Klopp also sent a message to Cristiano Ronaldo tragically losing his twin son. The Portuguese forward did not feature for United in the game due to the tragic events on Monday 18 April when his partner Georgina Rodriguez, who was pregnant with twins, passed away. The son was tragically gone during childbirth. As their daughter was delivered safely and Manchester United and Liverpool fans united in the seventh minute of the match to applaud Ronaldo for a minute and the fans could be heard. The Reds sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ during a standing ovation in support of the superstar, with Klopp being the other to applaud Ronaldo as players from both teams wore them. black sleeve As Klopp told Sky Sports ,

            “Of course, it’s a real show of respect. Everyone united to send their hearts to Cristiano and his family. And I can’t imagine what it’s going to be like. We really sympathize with him. ” “The best moment of this game, in my opinion, was the seventh minute when the whole pitch showed true greatness. Many things are more important in life than football. We feel sorry for Cristiano and his family. That was a great moment of the game for me.”