Jose Mourinho. What a joker.
Look, we absolutely don’t want United to do well, but in a perverse way you’ve got to feel sorry for their fans. They’ve got the most expensive squad in world football and the most expensively-assembled squad England has ever since, yet despite having plenty of attacking talent they opted for a bus-parking approach at Anfield on Monday.
The situation was made all the more laughable by Mourinho’s ridiculous post-match comments, in which he accused us of being the defensively-minded side and said we weren’t the last wonder of the world.
For reference, they had a little over 30% possession and only six touches in our box all night.
Now Klopp has openly mocked Mourinho for all his “givin’ it large” comments in the post-match interviews.
“I don’t care what people say after the game. I saw the game already, I know what I have to learn from it and all that,” said Klopp. (Echo)
“Don’t bother me with these things. I am not a single per cent interested.
“I learned pretty early in my career that you cannot win the game after it has finished. We have a point and it felt positive, because it is one more than before the game.
“It was a good experience for us, we weren’t perfect in the game but that’s all. Nothing else.”
The result left us in fourth place, three positions and three points ahead of our rivals.
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