Liverpool still heading in the right direction - Klopp

Liverpool still heading in the right direction - Klopp

Liverpool still heading in the right direction - Klopp

"I don't defend a corner, I don't press any players".

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"Then you get other information, analyse things twice and then think maybe that is not how I saw it on the pitch".

"There's only one real assessment that counts and that's mine".

Liverpool's strike trio have failed to replicate last season's blistering form so far this season, but Salah, Mane and the returning Firmino will be confident of scoring against the most porous defence in the top tier.

"That's exactly the difficulties of the top teams".

"We have only had two games when the performances level dropped", stated Klopp ahead of his side's game against Fulham at Anfield on Sunday.

Last season, the thing that killed the Reds over the course of the season was their lack of ability to grind out victories when they weren't at their best.

"We were 1-0 up, we had chances and we didn't score, so it was 1-1".

For Liverpool, Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson, as well as Joe Gomez are fit to play on Sunday, so Klopp will have to make a few tough choices.

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Klopp admitted the 2-0 Champions League defeat to Red Star Belgrade "was a rather massive knock which was not expected". I am working for them so they can do this and be available for this kind of situation.

They're closer, now, to being in contention for trophies, than they were last season - that's not up for debate, and shouldn't be detracted from. "A few people think I am, but not that much if I would talk about goal difference before that game".

Indeed, Fulham's summer signings have combined to contribute several goals for the Cottagers - they have scored 11 goals and would be fifteenth in the table if the table was based on goals scored. "So it'll be a hard game and we have to make a good performance".

But Klopp said he waits until after "a full night and morning" as "emotions are not good for analysis".

"We need to be more motivated and be ready for a fight, be ready for battle, don't give up and in our plans there exists a way to win the points". I'm not going to stay in our box and wait for 0-0; it sometimes happens, but it's many times you don't find any result.

Jurgen Klopp feels Liverpool are having to apologise for "not winning like Manchester City" after opening up on a team meeting about their expectations.

Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 26 Premier League home games, their longest such run since August 2009 (31 games).

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Daniel Sturridge has had a hand in five goals in his last three Premier League games against Fulham for Liverpool (4 goals, 1 assist). This applies to me and my management of the team the most, by the way.

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