Klopp explains frustration at ‘rubbish’ passes during Huddersfield match

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Jurgen Klopp was happy to take three points away from Yorkshire but admitted parts of the Reds’ game were ‘rubbish’.

The team were perhaps a little fortunate to get over the line, and disappointed in attack when given time and space to exploit, but ultimately won the match.

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Klopp told BT Sport: “The result is absolutely good. I knew it would be a challenge – after the international break it’s always difficult.

“I’m not angry but I think we should expect to do better. Most of the things that didn’t work today was because Huddersfield did really well, but a few things I saw Huddersfield couldn’t do any more, then we helped with an average pass or a rubbish pass. 

“We expect from us really good football and I would like to see that. We were here to win the game and that’s what we did.”

The only thing that matters for now is that three points were won – but in future, the Reds must do better. Better teams could inflict more punishment and it’s good to see Klopp recognise that before it becomes an issue.

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