Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he’s not worried about his side loss after back to back defeat under seven days. Liverpool lost 3-0 to Watford over the weekend and got knocked out of FA Cup with 2-0 loss to Chelsea at Stanford Brigde last night.
Jurgen Klopp in his post match press conference said “Losing 2-0 is not good, but in this case it’s relatively easy to explain,” he said. “We made two massive mistakes around the goals.
“The performance tonight was completely different to the performance against Watford. Against Watford, it was really bad. Tonight, it was not bad.
“I liked the reaction. I liked the way we played. There was some good stuff.”It was a super intense game. We made seven changes because we knew it would be intense. But I’m not concerned about momentum. It’s football.
“We never thought that it would be an easy season, that it would be an easy period, that it would be an easy game tonight. Nothing. It was always difficult, but we did very well. We were just not good enough in decisive moments, and that’s what we have to accept.”
Liverpool retain a 22-point advantage over Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table, but their FA Cup hopes are over and next week they must overturn a one-goal deficit against Atletico Madrid in order to keep their Champions League challenge alive.