Klopp: 'We will never start lying to ourselves'
- The boss sends a powerful message ahead of Sunday.
- The team could and will do better despite securing a win at Spurs.
- Playing every 3-4 days didn't do the players any good but the Reds are back on their tracks now.
Jurgen Klopp looked back at Spurs game ahead of Manchester United clash on Sunday. The German boss is not particularly happy of how the lads played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but now that we are back to our normal playing rhythm things will surely look better.
"I couldn't be more happy about the result of course and about parts of the performance. But I said to the boys already, we will never start lying to ourselves," Klopp told Liverpool's official website making it clear the lads have learned Spurs lesson.
"There are parts where we can do better, you see that.
"That's what we have to make sure – that we learn that immediately again and we will."
The Reds have had pretty hectic schedule lately but now it's back to normal and the boss expects us to pull off even more impressive showings.
"We were now used to [a game] three days, three days, four days, three days and now some of us had nine days. Training, yes, but not the intensity – we cannot do that and don't want to do that.
"So now we are in again and let's carry on."