'Sensational job by all boys and Critch': Klopp claims Shrewsbury win shows what a wonderful club Liverpool are
- The Reds' U23s beat Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup 4th Round.
- Jurgen Klopp is absolutely happy for the lads.
- It was also sensational what the Anfield crowd made of that game.
"Absolutely great. I'm really happy for the boys," the boss said, as quoted by the Reds' official website. "I spoke to them now obviously and they all enjoyed it like crazy, they loved it. It was absolutely sensational what our crowd made of this game – a loud stadium.
"Creating that atmosphere just shows what a wonderful club we are. I loved it. It was really great. I expected us to play a good game, to be honest, and the boys did.
"The goal was a bit strange maybe but if there was a team who deserved to win in that game, then it was us. So that was really cool. Sensational job by all the boys and Critch, of course."
Liverpool will return to action on Saturday in a Premier League clash against Norwich at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Norwich are at the very bottom of the standings. The Canaries have won just 4 games so far and have collected 18 points.
Liverpool, in the meantime, are on course to claim a long-awaited Premier League title. The Reds have been nearly flawless so far, winning each of their fixtures except for a 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
After 25 matches, the Reds are comfortably sitting on top of the table on 73 points, 22 points ahead of second-placed Manchester City.