Jurgen Klopp has explained why he was jumping around and shouting at his team on the touchline during the victory over Huddersfield.
He told Liverpoolfc.com: “It is maybe the first period in my life that we win kind of average matches. That’s true. To be honest, sometimes I prefer the spectacular way, but I take it today completely and I understand why it was like it was.
“I really understand it, when I look in the dressing room before the game or after they came back; the time difference and stuff like that, nobody asks.
“You have to go and you have to go. That’s why I was a bit more animated today on the touchline – because if you are tired, you at least need to be afraid of your manager!”
The first game back after an international break is always a difficult one to negotiate, so to get the three points was hugely important. Hopefully, the performances and goals will come in time and he won’t have to cajole the players so much!