Klopp’s Reaction to Liverpool’s Disallowed Goal against Toulouse

    German coach Jurgen Klopp, head coach of Liverpool, commented on the Reds’ disallowed goal against Toulouse in the final minutes of the match, which ended in a 3-2 defeat for Liverpool.

    Because of this defeat, Liverpool were unable to qualify directly for the next round, with the Reds needing two points from their next two matches against Saint-Gelaise and Laske to officially guarantee qualification.


    Klopp: I’m not worried after Toulouse defeat

    Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp commented on the Reds’ defeat to Toulouse with a score of 3:2 in the fourth round of the Europa League group stage.

    Jurgen said during the post-match press conference, referring to the Reds’ disallowed goal in the 97th minute.

    Jürgen Klopp

    He commented: “I just saw the situation and in my opinion it was not a hand touch – that’s clear – it was on his chest and I didn’t see a hand touch. Perhaps the photo judges are better.”

    Jurgen continued: “It was a chaotic atmosphere in the match. We deserved to lose. Toulouse won all the decisive tackles and we didn’t.”

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