Klopp aims dig at Arsene Wenger after draw

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Jurgen Klopp mocks former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger after the Reds’ goalless draw against Chelsea.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, who play his 1000th game against Chelsea in the Premier League yesterday stated that he was happy it didn’t like  Arsene Wenger’s 1000th game.

Both Liverpool and Chelsea dropped points in the Premier League after both team failed to find the back of the net at Anfield.

Speaking after the game Klopp said: “First and foremost, before the game I got a lot of messages [about my 1,00th game] and not all of them were nice. I think Arsene Wenger lost his 1,000th game 6-0, so I am really happy that didn’t happen.

“I liked the start in the first half,” He continued. “I liked particularly the start in the second half, so that was good [but] we have to extend these spells. We have to play more football, especially in the first half when we won balls back, when we defended really well, when we were really aggressive and then we gave the balls away too easily. We had other moments where we played pretty well, didn’t get it to create a no-brainer or whatever, but it was good.”

Liverpool are 10 point behind the top 4 of the Premier League with a game at hand but Klopp insists the distance can be closed by winning games.

“The distance we only can influence by winning – and we didn’t do that today. They cannot all lose now, some of them will win, some of them will draw. There are a lot of games to play, there are still a lot of games to play, and if you count all the points then you see a lot of things are possible. But to get there we have to continue with the things again we did now for the last two games. I saw progress, that’s good and that’s what we have to keep doing.”



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