Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool will stick to their principles and not get carried away as title run-in heats up

Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool will stick to their principles and not get carried away as title run-in heats up

Naby Keita was left on the bench in both games, and Xherdan Shaqiri has also featured less over the past six weeks.

Klopp suggested the analysis of his side’s performances came into the category of “try it, if it doesn’t work, s***, let’s try another way”.

“That’s not how I understand the game,” said Klopp. “That is not how it works. That is why I was a bit disappointed in the last press conference because we don’t play Playstation. It is all a sign of being desperate. ‘Let’s try that way. Oh that doesn’t work, let’s try that way’.

“We are good at creating. We’re creating much more than last season. In the last few games we didn’t score as often, but 10 days ago we played against Watford and we were flying. Everything was brilliant. Then we have a draw and we talk again about finishing. It’s all about realising what kind of situation you’re in and using it, working it, and stuff like that. Not thinking about how it was weeks ago.

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