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Klopp is worried about Thiago’s injury

Sat 18 September 2021 | 18:06

Liverpool boss hopes that Thiago’s injury is not serious.

Thiago Alcantara

was injured in

Liverpool’s

Premier League 3-0 victory against

Crystal Palace

, and the Reds’ boss has talked about him, hoping that he would get better soon.

Jurgen Klopp

claims that their clash against Crystal Palace was one of their toughest wins ever that was earned with Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Naby Keita’s goals.

"It is one of the most hard-fought three-nils I ever saw. We had to give everything. Really hard but fair challenges. Physicality in the game was immense and we had to be ready in each situation,"

Klopp said on Sky Sports

.

"The chips in behind our full-backs gave us a struggle. The longer the game went, they used that more and more.

"We had to run. We've said it plenty of times, the Wednesday/Saturday rhythm is really hard. We came through, we scored wonderful goals and used our set-pieces. It is really massive in games like this. If it would have been 1-0 I would have said these are the games you have to win, when you are not brilliant. That's what we did today.

"We were not flying today. We had to grind out a proper performance. I really liked it. When you look back at the end of the season you have these games when it was really fun. And some when it was really important. This is one of those important games."

Despite their victory, the German manager was not so happy because of Thiago’s injury and hoped that he could return to action soon.

Klopp said of the former Bayern Munich man:

"He felt the calf. So far I don't know exactly but we hope it is not too serious

."


source: SportMob

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