Jurgen Klopp 'cannot explain' six-goal thriller at Emirates Stadium
- Author: Megan Austin Dec 23, 2017,
Dec 23, 2017, 0:53
Joe Gomez completed 90 minutes in the draw against Arsenal on Friday night - and the Liverpool fans ripped into him on Twitter.
This was one of the craziest games of the season, ...
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that "it is hard to explain" how his team did not beat Arsenal in Friday's incredible Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
After throwing away another lead, Liverpool stay fourth - a point and a place above Arsenal - but the terrible defending from both sides indicated they will struggle for Champions League qualification without improvement at the back.
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Klopp's side should have been two up by half-time, but Firmino curled over and Salah shot too close to Cech.
Arsenal entertain Liverpool at the Emirates this evening with both teams desperate to give their top four chances a major boost.
That Klopp's charges presented Arsenal with that possibility was unacceptable.
Liverpool have improved since the defeat to Spurs, conceding four goals in nine games but Klopp warned his players that Arsenal - who lost 4-0 to Liverpool earlier this season - have the ammunition to punch holes in their back line. The point is the minimum we deserve.
Xhaka let fly from 25 yards, with late movement from the strike beating Mignolet, although the goalkeeper really ought to have done better, and a delightful goal then put Arsenal in front. Today we make individual mistakes and that is not cool.