People Have Lipread What Jurgen Klopp Shouted While Celebrating Goal

People Have Lipread What Jurgen Klopp Shouted While Celebrating Goal

People Have Lipread What Jurgen Klopp Shouted While Celebrating Goal

Second-half goals from Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino sealed the win for ten-man Liverpool - following Jordan Henderson's sending off - and Klopp praised the manner of his side's display.

Mohamed Salah set Liverpool on their way to a victory over Watford that kept them within two points of leaders Manchester City at the top of the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp would not be drawn on criticising Jordan Henderson for a red card that rules him out of the Merseyside derby, but said the Liverpool captain's dismissal was "not so nice".

"The thing is we have to win football games but people compare a game against Watford with a game against Roma". I am really happy about the way [we won]. "You play in a defensive midfield situation and I don't know how many challenges Hendo had today or situations where he had to be closing the player or space. It was a good game against a good side".

Some fans wondered what Klopp had yelled after Firmino headed home Liverpool's third, ending an eight game goal drought in the Premier League, taking his tally to five for the season.

One tweet suggests he exclaimed: "What an ****ing counter!"

Liverpool next return to European duty when they face Paris Saint-Germain in a Champions League crunch clash on Wednesday. With the second one, I didn't like too much because we wanted to change in that situation. The first goal was brilliant football and the free-kick from Trent [Alexander-Arnold] was a dream. Twice, he was there with a hand.

"In similar games past year, we were not that convincing". Fabinho was ready and then he got it.

He knows it's not a given he'll be in the side every week-but says it's more important that everyone in the squad is prepared for when they are called upon.

The topsy-turvy 3-3 draw underlined what Liverpool were last time around; potent in at attack but with a defence that couldn't be trusted to keep out even a relatively modest attack. It's nothing serious. The only not-so-nice thing is that he can not play against Everton.

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