Jurgen Klopp sees the positives in needing to battle back for a home point against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
[ MATCH RECAP: Liverpool 2-2 West Bromwich Albion ]
The Anfield set may not like the goals allowed by their Reds, and neither does Klopp, but their boss sees the comeback 2-2 draw as a potential big moment for his charges’ season.
Klopp saluted the Kop after the draw — he later called it “the best atmosphere since I came here” — and then gave some credit to his players for the Divock Origi-capped comeback.
From the BBC:
“We created chances, made a perfect goal then conceded those two. But at the end I can live with it. This could prove to be a very special moment for us in the season to strike back against such a team.”
While the point is far from a bad day for Liverpool, the unrelenting optimism of Klopp is something special. You can see why players flock to the German boss.