John Giles: There\'s A Line That Shouldn\'t Be Crossed And Jurgen Klopp Has Been Living On The Wrong Side Of It All Season

I don’t agree with his assertion that Liverpool’s form in the last two games against Southampton and Brighton is evidence that his team is developing and now knows how to deal with clubs which don’t co-operate with his attacking style and pull everyone back into defence.

Put it this way, Liverpool must get a point tonight to be certain of making it into the knock-out phase of the Champions League and they find themselves in that position after giving up three goals to a beaten Sevilla team just a few weeks ago.

Leading 3-0 at half-time, Liverpool collapsed at the back, the same issue which displayed itself in a memorable 4-3 defeat away to Bournemouth last season.

Source : https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/premier-league/john-giles-theres-a-line-that-shouldnt-be-crossed-and-jurgen-klopp-has-been-living-on-the-wrong-side-of-it-all-season-36385157.html

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