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Jurgen Klopp reveals the big lessons from United game

Timothy Aiyeku

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There is no doubt that a big lesson has been learned from the Sunday clash between Liverpool and Man United for Jurgen Klopp and he hopes to find a lasting solution to that.

Against what was expected, the Reds played a 0-0 draw against Man United to move top in the league table with the Jurgen Klopp team seeking for a massive win.

However, the manager has hinted that his side found it difficult to penetrate a defending Man United team and that is usually obtainable against other defending teams.

The Liverpool attackers were unable to create enough chances especially after Brazilian international Roberto Firmino was substituted as his replacement was only able to manage a shot on target with David De Gea not troubled in the game.

Klopp admitted the pattern employed by Man United as a top team was not nice to him as his players were unable to find their way through.

According to him, his players had to adapt to be able to secure a point at Old Trafford which is better than a defeat.

However, Jurgen Klopp said his side will pay attention to their next game against Watford on Wednesday as they hope to approach the league step by step.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.