Jurgen Klopp’s first Premier League start since his return to Dortmund: ‘It was good’
Jurgens Klopp was delighted to take the start in the Premier League after his return from injury.
The Germany coach had initially been tipped for a place in the opening match against Manchester City after his impressive display against Swansea City in the first leg of the Champions League tie, but the German FA’s decision to drop him from the starting line-up against the Blues left him without a game on Sunday.
“It was a good performance, it was very good,” the German said.
“The game was not going to be a tough one for me, but I did a good job.
The former Borussia Dortmund manager was given a chance to show his skills against the Premier Bridge side, as well as the much-improved Liverpool side.””
It was the best performance I have had in the last three or four months, so that is a good thing.”
The former Borussia Dortmund manager was given a chance to show his skills against the Premier Bridge side, as well as the much-improved Liverpool side.
“We had the best team in the league in the second leg, but that is not the main point,” Klopp said.
“The main point is that we did a really good job in the game.
I am not going into the final game of the season with any bad feeling.”
I will be happy to play at Anfield again, that is the main goal for me.
We have got to stay healthy, the squad is very strong, I am very happy with the squad.”