Jurgen Klopp didn’t have to speak for everyone to know how he was feeling after Liverpool’s EFL Cup defeat at Leicester on Tuesday night.
Before he had even uttered his first syllable, the pained puff of his cheeks and slow exhalation told us everything we needed to know. He’s a tired man.
The weariness of watching his side defend as if it is an option was etched on his face.
So dominant going forward in the first half, his Liverpool side should have had the game wrapped up and both sides considering early second-half changes with the reverse of this fixture on Saturday in mind. But they didn’t.
A common thread from their previous game against Burnley was being sewn in to this one too.
The way Klopp’s sides play, his defence will always be exposed. They rely on…
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