Jurgen Klopp was more than happy with his Liverpool team last night for setting a new record at Anfield, making it 64 league games on the bounce without a loss inside the red cauldron.
The old record was set 29 years ago by a legendary Bob Paisley side, exemplifying just how impressive this current crop of players truly are.
Speaking after the 3-0 win over Leicester City, Klopp explained how it’s “b*llocks” and “bullsh*t” that fans were unable to celebrate the accomplishment with the players, saying “it doesn’t feel right” without supporters – but reiterates they’re happy they’re able to play.
Take a look at the video below (via This Is Anfield):
"When the people (fans) are not here, it's bollocks.. bullshit… it doesn't feel right, but we are happy we can play…"
👊🏽 Klopp on LFC's new 64-match Anfield unbeaten league run. pic.twitter.com/giZlPrjelv
— This Is Anfield (@thisisanfield) November 22, 2020