Published: Mon, April 23, 2018
Medicine | By Douglas Stevenson

Klopp ready for 'different' Roma test

Klopp ready for 'different' Roma test

Salah has now matched Luis Suarez's record Premier League goal haul for Liverpool of 31 efforts, while he is just six short of emulating Ian Rush's historic return of 47 from 1983-84. We need to do better.

West Brom, however, staged a comeback that felt in keeping with the mood at the Hawthorns ever since Alan Pardew departed.

"We need to be honest with ourselves and everyone was".

"They are a real good outfit, an outfit you can trust".

"We had the situation early in the second half, Ings in the box, that could be a penalty, and Hegazi and Ingsy..." It's kind of a odd situation. You have to to do everything to create the best circumstances for all the boys to deliver. You never played football, obviously. It's also risky for injuries if the pitch is really dry.

"Of course, people see it and my problem is that when I have too much time to think that's when I mess up a lot. We agree", said Klopp.

"It wasn't a ploy, it was a hot day!"

While Kennedy is not suggesting singing will beat Roma this time, he does see similarities to Klopp's team.

But the Baggies struck twice in the final 11 minutes and out shot the Reds 13-9 over 90 minutes to pluck a point.

"Coming into this pre-season, the energy and atmosphere and belief was really good", he added.

"We defended it quite well over 75 minutes. They can do it next year, playing with a dry pitch in the Championship". "It makes it more hard". He could have scored a second. "We controlled it pretty well, their only opportunity was with set pieces, the rest we defended really well, ' Klopp told Sky Sports". Then it happened, the first goal after a corner, it looked similar to our first goal.

West Brom evened the match in the 88th minute.

"We let the home team decide if they water the pitch or not".

Livermore repeatedly blocked Loris Karius at set-pieces and, although European officers could penalise such a tactic, the Liverpool keeper didn't look accountable for his space.

He was also raging about the failure to get a penalty when Danny Ings went down under a Craig Dawson challenge and the fact was no red card for Ahmed Hegazi for giving Ings a sharp dig in the ribs when he was grounded. "All we can do is keep fighting", he said.

"If something is important to me, I can not hide my feelings". It matters only what the three or four gentlemen with the whistle say. It was clear in the moment when we could make these changes.

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