Klopp accepts blame as static Liverpool slump again

Nathan Redmond

Nathan Redmond

"Us thinking about the final and getting excited about it will not make it come any quicker".

Gomez has fully now recovered from ACL and Achilles injuries that kept him on the sidelines for well over a year, and played both fixtures of the FA Cup third-round tie with Plymouth Argyle.

Southampton's victory continued a remarkable run that has seen it shut out Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Arsenal and now Liverpool, the Premier League's top scorers.

"He knows that is a weakened competition and if he puts the right team out then with a little bit of luck, a good draw and maybe one or two tough games, he'll get to the final. We can not create more chances than we did in the second half", Klopp said.

"You just have to say after the game, I think okay 'do I have to speak about, it, is it my job to get to a fine about it by talking about it?'" The England worldwide spurned a number of clear-cut opportunities on Wednesday (25 January) as Jurgen Klopp's side were knocked out of the EFL Cup at the semi-final stage.

Vokes, who was born in Southampton, grew up supporting the club and he mingled with fans and joined in as they sang "we're going to Wembley", with a supporter capturing the footage and tweeting the video.

"The second half was hard for us because there was many chance for Liverpool but in the first half we had two or three chances and could have made more of a difference".

The south-coast club created history with their clean sheet on Merseyside, becoming the first club to reach the final without conceding a single goal.

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The German boss has switched between Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius this campaign, with the latter unable to prevent two goals against Wolves.

Liverpool, fourth in the Premier League, have won only one game out of eight in January and their chances of lifting a trophy this season look bleak.

They now have make-shift left-back James Milner in the strongest XI, with Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Nathaniel Clyne completing the back four.

"We've got nothing to lose and everything to gain". We have the next chance tomorrow.

Of course he knew full well that Liverpool were losing 2-0 at the time.

As the remaining Liverpool faithful trudged to the exits, the ecstatic away supporters made Anfield shake with a booming Icelandic hand clap led by their heroic players.

"I feel really responsible for this performance because I thought we could do better", he said.

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