- Jurgen Klopp is not happy with the level of coronavirus in the United Kingdom
- The Liverpool handler explained that there are many things that should have been done
- Klopp is on the verge of winning the Premier League title this season
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has stylishly slammed United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson after expressing displeasure over coronavirus death toll in the country.
England is now one of the worst hit nations in the world battling to cope with the trouble and pains Covid-19 has brought to the universe.
But Jurgen Klopp who is on the verge of winning the Premier League title is of the opinion that the government nonchalant attitude is what make the country's record to rise.
The former Borussia Dortmund star even compared his England with his country Germany claiming the situation in there is more calm.
“I was not worried for one second that the Government could cost us the title because I was worried about the numbers who were dying and I’m still worried.
“I didn’t vote for this Government. This Government was the choice of other people. And the problem I had was that I got the news from England and the news from Germany.
“If aliens looked at us both from the outside, they would think we came from two different planets,'' Klopp explained.
Liverpool will be facing Everton in their coming Premier League game in which a win for them will help their quest to win the title.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian football star Alex Iwobi is now determined to help his side Everton record incredible win over their tough rivals Liverpool when they meet in the Merseyside Derby.
Liverpool will go into this Premier League tie with the hopes of winning coupled with the fact that their rivals Manchester City have beaten Arsenal 3-0.
Jurgen Klopp and his men are just three games away from winning their first EPL title since the last 30 years which will be a superb record for the German.
Alex Iwobi who has been playing board games since the lockdown has now explained that he wants Everton to break the jinx by beating Liverpool.
October 2010 was the last time Everton beat Liverpool in a Premier League match and Iwobi believes that can change on Sunday, June 21.
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