Liverpool seemed to have Manchester United’s number on Sunday as they pummeled the Red Devils’ box, but they failed to produce enough big moments, and therefore they failed to score.
Manager Jurgen Klopp doesn’t care about how many chances were created or how well his team played. He cares about the final score.
“It’s a very frustrating result,” Klopp said. “Football is a results game so we don’t have to talk too much about other things in the game because we lost.”
Liverpool is winless in their last three league matches, and it’s sent them tumbling to ninth in the Premier League table.
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The Reds hit the road for two Premier League games against Norwich City and Leicester City before coming back home to take on Sunderland at the start of February.