Jürgen Klopp says Liverpool not good enough in attack to beat Everton. “Offensively we needed more moments if we were going to win the match.“
Jürgen Klopp said Liverpool did not create enough chances to win the Merseyside derby, after a goalless stalemate at Goodison Park postponed his side’s title coronation for a few days more.
“We gained a point. It was one we deserved, but Everton had the biggest chance to win near the end, ” the Liverpool manager said.
” I was pleased with the performance after so long out, physically we were ready and defensively we were solid, but offensively we needed more moments if we were going to win the match. “
“Everton were obviously here to make our life difficult, and that’s what they did.”
“It was a real fight. I think both teams showed they understand what a derby is about even if there was no crowd. Everton defended really well and we weren’t smart enough to make the most of gaps that did appear.”
“I have seen derbies like that at Goodison before, even in my short time on Merseyside. In fact all the derbies I have seen at Goodison look pretty similar, you always have two teams who are well organised and ready for a pretty physical game.”
Credit: The Guardian