Liverpool are already missing out of the title race as they are now second in the league table after losing four points within a week to Leicester City and West Ham United respectively.
This seems to have reduced the confidence of the Reds team and most importantly mounting pressure on manager Jurgen Klopp.
Former Wolves and QPR defender Karl Henry is of the opinion that the biggest mistake made by the German boss is not handling the pressure as he is supposed to.
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According to him, Jurgen Klopp has allowed the pressure to get to him that is why he was unable to win the West Ham United game despite having the opportunity to do so.
The former player stated that the way managers respond to questions can reflect how much pressure they allow to get to them, adding that it has an effect on the players because they are able to sense the mood from their managers.
He recalled that the fact that Jurgen Klopp lashed at the referee for officiating after the West Ham game proves that he is really under pressure and he really needs to calm his nerves and get the game going as it ought to be.