We can learn from Chelsea - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Posted April 07, 2017

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits his side's defending against Bournemouth nearly made him vomit - but he is likely to experience a few more days of sickness before the season is out.

"We will show that we learned from this year", Klopp told a press conference ahead of Wednesday's Premier League clash against Bournemouth.

The Reds had to settle for a point at home to Bournemouth on Wednesday night after Joshua King netted three minutes from time to make it 2-2. We had all these games, it was not the freshest moment of the season, then we were missing Sadio in the shape he was in, plus we were missing Phil (Coutinho), which was not ideal.

The loss of Sadio Mane, far and away Liverpool's best player this season, took away some of the shine from last weekend's Merseyside derby win. Maybe we can take this as a positive. That's how we have to see it.

Mané has scored 13 goals in his debut season for Liverpool, who won only one of seven matches when he was absent at the Africa Cup of Nations in January, and his pace has been a major asset to Klopp's side.

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Did his best Mesut Ozil impression in the second half by disappearing out of the game entirely.

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When Liverpool met Stoke earlier in the season the Reds ran out convincing 4-1 victors with goals coming from Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge alongside an own goal from Giannelli Imbula to cancel out an early Jonathan Walters effort.

But there was a setback for Klopp as Coutinho, who was sick in the dressing room at half-time, had to come off with 25 minutes to go.

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"It is important that you feel disappointment because we can't ignore it and say, "No problem".

This was him kicking on and being a huge asset to Liverpool.

Striker Divock Origi, who made it two goals in as many games with what he thought would be the victor, insists it is not the time to panic.

Klopp's anger is justified, then, as Liverpool's defending for Bournemouth's equaliser was arguably worse. A striker's goal. Not as lovely as a Mane dribble and shot but just seeing us having a focal point in attack is quite a refreshing change and could be hugely valuable in the run-in.

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