Jurgen Klopp Pissed Off By Sky Sports' Question About Loving His Players

Posted September 26, 2017

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has delivered an update on the condition of his squad ahead of the game against Spartak Moscow on Tuesday night.

Nemanja Matic, who also suffered an injury against Southampton, flew out with the rest of the squad along with defender Eric Bailly, who could make his Champions League debut for the club.

Spartak secured a 1-1 draw at Maribor and will fancy their chances of troubling Liverpool judged on some slick attacking play in Slovenia that should have probably yielded all three points.

The questions ranged from a specific query on his analysis of a goal Spartak had conceded in a previous match to whether the Liverpool boss loves his players after Mauricio Pochettino professed his adoration for Tottenham's Harry Kane.

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You can see Klopp's mood visibly shift as he hears the question and although he did answer it, he labelled it a waste of time.

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Jurgen Klopp insists Quincy Promes is a "very good player" but refused to be drawn into Liverpool's reported interest in the Spartak Moscow star.

'Defence how I understand it is a team work thing. Three of that back four - Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip and Alberto Moreno - are now first choice but the manner in which they twice allowed the Foxes back into the game at 2-0 and 3-1 suggests there is still work to do.

"You can say that it's individual mistakes, it's this, it's that, but they haven't got a desire to put their head in places and get hurt and defend properly". Three goals or whatever, Actually I love Harry too. He's good friends with our Dutch players.

As the interpreter began to translate his response, Klopp said: 'Actually it's not important.

Having dominated Russian football in the 1990s, Spartak Moscow have endured a long spell out of the limelight, but now they are back in the Champions League spotlight.