Manager Liverpool Jurgen Klopp expressed sympathy for Manchester United, which the Reds beat 4-0 in the Premier League last week.
The Red Devils suffered a 4-0 defeat at the hands of a sworn opponent Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday. Goals from Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane and a brace from Mohamed Salah helped the home team sink Ralf Rangnick and Co.
Jurgen Klopp’s team defeated Manchester United Total score 9-0 in the Premier League this season. The Red Devils faithful were delighted with their team’s domination of the Old Trafford outfit.
However, Klopp has revealed he feels bad for the Red Devils and Rangnick despite facing their opponents. The Reds boss feels it is understandable that Manchester United are struggling at Anfield as they play without a suitable defensive midfielder. He told Sky Sports [via the Manchester Evening News]:
“We all know the first good news that I think for the United people is that Erik ten Hag has been agreed now, and the future starts now. But they also have to get through this season. It’s been really hard, I can imagine, and obviously Ralf Rangnick, and I know how that sounds when the Liverpool manager says I feel a little bit for him, but it’s like so. ”
“I can understand it’s really difficult. You go to Liverpool, they’re really good, and you go ‘we don’t have a defensive midfielder’, which isn’t good news. It’s not cool, and that’s it. their circumstances.”
Things took a turn for the worse for Manchester United as they lost 3-1 to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
Liverpool boss Klopp looks forward to tough match against Manchester United next term
Klopp insists he is not interested in discussing the difference in quality between the two clubs. He also believes this season’s results will make Liverpool’s trip to Manchester United more difficult. He say:
“I don’t care about the bays or the distance between us and them. I know we’ll be there next year and they’ll remember last year’s results, and that makes it all the more difficult when We go there. But for now, that’s how it is, and we’re happy with our situation, and they’ll sort out theirs.”
The Red Devils are four points behind leaders Manchester City, but can close the gap to one point with a win over Everton today. On the other hand, Rangnick’s team ranked sixth and six points behind fourth-placed Arsenal, who also had a game in hand.