- Liverpool lost at home against Burnley on Thursday night, January 21
- The Reds' manager Jurgen Klopp blamed himself for the defeat at Anfield
- Klopp and his wards will be facing Manchester United in their next game
Jurgen Klopp who is the gaffer of reigning Premier League champions Liverpool has blamed himself for his side's embarrassing home defeat against Burnley on Thursday night, January 21.
Liverpool fans were expecting Jurgen Klopp and his wards to get the three maximum points against the visitors, but they suffered a defeat ending their 68-game home unbeaten run.
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker brought down Ashley Barnes in the second half and the Englishman stood to convert the penalty that condemned Liverpool to a defeat.
According to the report on UK Sun, Jurgen Klopp explained that he feels like he was being punched in the face after the Premier League loss against Burnley.
“We lost a game which I think was impossible to lose but we did it, and that’s my fault. We can't imagine the title race at the moment.
“In the final moment our decision making is not right, that’s the problem. You have the ball in the right place then you don’t shoot, then you pass.''
Klopp and his wards are now six points off leaders Manchester United down in fourth with Spurs and Everton both able to go above them if they win their games in hand.
Liverpool will be facing Manchester United in their next game on Sunday, January 24, which will be in the fourth round of the English FA Cup.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Georginio Wijnaldum handed Barcelona a huge transfer boost as the midfielder is planning to reject a new Liverpool deal ahead of his move to Spain this year.
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The Dutchman will run out of contract with the Premier League defending champions at the end of this season and all effort to persuade him to extend his reign at Anfield look impossible.
As it stands now, the 30-year-old has the liberty to negotiate with any club interested in his services when he leaves Anfield this summer.
Despite helping the Reds to Champions League and Premier League triumphs in successive seasons, Wijnaldum has his eyes set on joining the Catalans and reunited with his former national team boss Ronald Koeman.
Former Newcastle United player appears to have finished his assignment with the Merseyside outfit and will end his five-year reign at the club in favour of the move to Camp Nou.
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