- Jürgen Klopp has explained that his players made some errors in their defeat against Arsenal
- The defeat ended Liverpool's hopes of finishing the ongoing Premier League season with 100 points
- Liverpool have two more games to end the 2019/20 Premier League term
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has admitted that his wards made some errors in their Premier League defeat against Arsenal on Wednesday night, July 15.
The encounter was an incredible win for the Gunners who have not beaten Liverpool in the Premier League for the past five years.
Senegal international Sadio Mané scored the first goal in the 20th minute after receiving a nice assist from Andrew Robertson to give Liverpool the lead.
The thoughts of all Liverpool fans after scoring the first goal was that their side would mercilessly beat the Gunners in their own backyard.
But 12 minutes later, Alexandre Lacazette restored parity for the North London side as he benefited from an assist by Cedric Soares.
Arsenal took the lead before the end of the first half through Reiss Nelson who was set up by Lacazette in which Alisson Becker is to be blamed for the goal.
Liverpool tried their best in the second half not to leave the Emirates stadium with a defeat, but they were unable to score as Arsenal recorded a 2-1 win.
Klopp was disappointed with the defeat as it ended their hopes of finishing the season with 100 points.
"We made some human errors, which is not nice, but not completely surprising that it can happen whenever. Tonight it happened.
''Usually we learn from situations like this, we will do that now again. The boys don’t want to hide or say, ‘It’s not my fault','' Klopp explained.
Liverpool still have two more games to end the 2019/20 season and the Premier League game will be given to them in their last match against Chelsea.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Klopp gave his opinion after the Court of Arbitration of Sports overturned Man City's two-year Champions League ban.
The outgoing champions can now compete in next season's Champions League competition despite being slammed with a ban and hefty fine.
However, Liverpool boss Klopp believes the lifting of the ban is not good with all the allegations leveled against City for breaking Financial Fair Play rules (FFF).
When the German tactician was asked about City's judgment he said: "I don't know if I can answer it."
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