After loosing to Manchester city yesterday, Liverpool coach says he still believes in his players.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has stated emphatically that he has faith in his players after their defeat against Manchester City on Thursday night which ended their unbeaten run.
The Reds are now four points ahead of Manchester City on the Premier League standings after 21 games played this season, but Jurgen Klopp is not worried.
Klopp, 51, also explained that he would have paid for his team to be currently topping the Premier League table as a win would have seen them move nine points clear.
He also said that Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany should have received a red card for his challenge on Mohamed Salah in the first half.
“I have so much faith in my players you can’t imagine.
“If someone had told me after both games after Man City we were four points clear, I would have paid money for it.
“It is all fine for us. At the moment it feels really bad, but it is only a moment. Then we have an opportunity to work on it. “It was a very intense game for both teams and we were unlucky with our finishing. We could’ve drawn, we could’ve won it. We lost, but it’s not the biggest problem.
I really like Vincent Kompany but how on Earth is that not a red card?,” Klopp explained according to UK Sun.