Jurgen Klopp speaks out about Liverpool failing to emulate Arsenal’s ‘invincible’ status
According to Football.london, Jurgen Klopp has opened up about Liverpool’s failure to emulate Arsenal’s ‘invincibles’. Arsene Wenger’s legendary team went down in the history books for going an entire season unbeaten in the Premier League.
Liverpool have broken numerous records this season but the Gunners will continue to hold this one for the foreseeable future. The Reds were subjected to a shock 3-0 defeat against Watford and that was enough to send shockwaves across.
As a result, our 44-game unbeaten streak has come to an anti-climactic end. Speaking after the game, Klopp admitted that his team failed to get the better of Nigel Pearson’s squad. However, he also added that there is a positive (h/t Football.london).
“Tonight we were not good enough. It’s not now a plus for me that we look back years later and think Liverpool nearly did it. That’s not my main concern. You can’t change it.”
“We were going to lose a game at some time, and we didn’t wait for it but it was clear it would happen. Tonight it happened and I see it rather positive that we got close to these records.”
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Liverpool have won the Champions League, the Club World Cup and are on course to winning the much-elusive Premier League title as well. Surely, we can cut the team some slack. At the end of the day, records are not everything. The Premier League means a lot more and we need to focus on getting our hands on the trophy.