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Klopp Happy With Clean Sheet As Match Ends In A Stalemate

Monday night Premier league action between and ended in a stale mate draw as Klopp described his feelings on his first clean sheet of the Premier league season.

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The match did not produce many moments as Ibrahimovic saw his header off target and David De Gea pulled off an incredible save from a Phillipe Coutinho shot on goal.The Liverpool manger seemed quite happy with the result as he said to Sky “We didn’t play as well as we could have done – that’s the first thing.

“We started okay and immediately with their defending we weren’t brave anymore, we didn’t wait for the right pass. “We created one-on-one situations, but they were maybe a bit better than we are with physical strength.

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“They didn’t have too many chances, maybe one where it was offside and then the header of Ibrahimovic. We had three or four, there was a great save from De Gea. It’s a first clean sheet [for Liverpool], so yippee!

man-utd-vs-liverpool“We weren’t calm enough – when you defend like Man United, that’s their style, it’s okay, you need to have respect but you need to be cool.

“It was a crazy game, that’s not the way we want to play but now, more and more and minute by minute, I accept we got a point against Manchester United. There are worse things in the world.”

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