Liverpool vs Genk
Liverpool and Genk will go head-to-head at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
Jurgen Klopp’s aspect are at present 2nd in their Champions League group, one level adrift of table-topping Napoli.
So, the Merseyside powerhouse can’t actually afford to drop any factors vs Genk.
It was the Belgian outfit who Liverpool confronted of their last Champions League outing, placing them to the sword by 4 objectives to at least one.
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Klopp on Pep’s feedback
Previous to their tie with Genk on Tuesday, Jurgen Klopp held his pre-match press conference on Monday.
Numerous subjects have been mentioned in the course of the presser, one in every of which was Pep Guardiola’s current comments about Sadio Mane.
Liverpool would come from 1-0 right down to earn a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday with Sadio Mane scoring a 94th-minute winner.
After Liverpool’s comeback, Manchester Metropolis boss Pep Guardiola spoke concerning the Senegalese winger and the way typically he dives:
“It has happened many occasions, what Liverpool have finished, in the previous few years, it’s as a result of (Mane) is a particular expertise.
“Typically he’s diving, typically he has this expertise to attain unimaginable objectives in the last minute. He’s a expertise.” As quoted by Sky Sports News.
Jurgen Klopp has since responded to these feedback in his pre-Genk presser:
“I’m not likely in a Man City mood. I’m not 100% positive he spoke about Sadio or us basically. I didn’t hear Sadio’s identify. Sadio just isn't a diver. There was a state of affairs v Villa when there was contact & he went down, he didn’t leap over a leg”
Klopp on Guardiola’s comments about Mane: “I’m not likely in a Man Metropolis temper. I’m not 100% positive he spoke about Sadio or us generally. I didn’t hear Sadio’s identify. Sadio shouldn't be a diver. There was a state of affairs v Villa when there was contact & he went down, he didn’t leap over a leg”
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceLFC) November 4, 2019