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Klopp Tips Leeds To Have A Good Season After Exciting Clash Vs Liverpool

Klopp Tips Leeds To Have A Good Season After Exciting Clash Vs Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp says new comers Leeds United will have a good campaign after their impressive opening day fixture against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.

The Premier League champions beat last season’s Championship winners 4-3 with Mohamed Salah scoring a hat-trick.

Liverpool were never behind in the game, but were never more than one goal in front either, as Leeds asked questions of Klopp’s side.

And reacting to the game, Klopp told Sky Sports:“Leeds will have a good season if they can keep up that intensity and they did it in the Championship with more games so why not?”

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And the Reds boss was thrilled by the show put up by both teams but admitted it will take time for his side to get back up to speed.

“What a game, what an opponent, what a performance from both teams. A proper spectacle, I loved that.

“It is pretty rare you see that many goals in a game. We have left space for improvement in our defending but that is not unusual for a first game. Our players have played a few days ago for their countries so it is possible.

“The opponent forced us to make mistakes, we can do better, we will do better. But I loved a lot about the game against a well-organised, passionate side like Leeds.

“We used our skills to cause them problems, we could have scored more and in the end we used set-pieces which is fine by me.

“It is not like riding a bike, you can lose something in pre-season and it takes time to all come together again. I am really positive about this game.”

Up next for Liverpool is a tough fixture against big spenders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next Sunday.

By James Agberebi 

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