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‘I Need Time to Be Angry’ Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp Expresses Frustration for the Reds’ Scoring Woes

'I Need Time to Be Angry' Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp Expresses Frustration for the Reds' Scoring Woes

Jurgen Klopp grows frustrated with the lack of goals scored by Liverpool. Klopp believes that the absence of goals led to the draw at Anfield, with Newcastle on 24th April 2021.

Jurgen Klopp knows the weakness of his team. He also understands that unless the issue concludes Liverpool will continue to struggle.

In an interview on 25th April 2021, Klopp said, “I need time to be angry and frustrated over the utter dissapointing results accumulated by my team.

“We know the problem resides with us. But it’s not like we have a miracle formula to get over all our problems in a jiffy” said Klopp.

Jurgen Klopp has never had a team who struggled as much in front of a goal as the Reds have done this season.

Following his arrival at Anfield, Liverpool has scored 441 goals in 215 games. At the same time, Klopp made Liverpool defensively firm and they only conceded 214 goals over the five years he has spent at the club.

Of all their campaigns under Klopp, the 2020-21  season brought a lack of goals for the Reds against the opposition.

However, the entire season has not become a waste for Jurgen Klopp as Diego Jota emerged as a consistent goalscorer for the Merseyside Reds. Jota’s return from injury helped the reds to a few important wins. Through these wins, the Reds have cut the gap between them and fourth-placed Chelsea.

The powerful trio (Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane) who Klopp should rely on have not done much to win his confidence this season.

Hence, Jurgen Klopp would be wise to try and recruit Jadon Sancho to Anfield to replenish their goalscoring energy.

Jurgen Klopp looks to Jadon Sancho to solve the goalscorer crisis

Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp smiles.

Liverpool’s German manager Jurgen Klopp smiles. Credit: Getty image

Sancho may not be such a hot commodity after the introduction of Erling Haaland. However, he has still recorded 6 goals and 9 assists in 23 games for Borussia Dortmund this season in the Bundesliga.

Therefore, Liverpool and Klopp believe that the twenty-one-year-old winger can be what the Merseyside Reds need in terms of a reliable goalscorer.

Read More: Jamie Carragher suggests Liverpool should “bring in goalscorer” in next transfer window


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