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.
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.”