Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Liverpool boss Klopp reveals what was said in on-field row with Mane

Before Liverpool's draw with Chelsea at Anfield, Klopp admitted that he was concerned over Mane's fatigue levels and said that was the reason why he made a decision to bench the forward.

"He also commented on Mo's impressive form this season by saying that:" He's very important for us, not only with scoring goals and creating but also the way he defends and works hard for the team when we're not in possession".

Klopp insists that Mane was not expressing his disappointment at being named among the substitutes, with their argument concerned with more tactical matters.

Asked why he was angry following Chelsea's goal.

The German coach told reporters on the back of a 1-1 draw at Anfield: "I was shouting at him because he was in the centre". I don't understand it.

The Blues finally reaped the rewards of their change in tactic with just five minutes remaining, as Willian's chipped cross looped over Mignolet and into the goal to give Chelsea a point - although, on the basis of play the goal was thoroughly deserved.

"He's a massive player for us, he makes us tick with and without the ball".

The Egyptian, who scored his 15th goal of the season on Saturday night, was once against the standout performer and Klopp admitted he was growing exhausted of having to always talk about him after games. He was not happy and said to me "Mo (Salah) wanted to come in the position" but Mo already had 90 minutes in his legs.

'He's fantastic and he did really well and that's why we left him on the pitch.

Related News:

Most liked

Bali's Mt Agung volcano erupts again
It caused several airlines - including, KLM, Qantas, AirAsia, and Virgin - to cancel or rearrange flights in the region. The latest activity created a bigger ash cloud than the initial episode on Tuesday, officials said.

Donald Trump and Time magazine dispute Person of the Year plans
Beyond TIME's official account, many people have taken to Twitter to refute this latest boast by the president. However, Time responded shortly afterwards, accusing the U.S. president of misrepresenting them.

Oscar Pistorius' jail term increased to 13 years
The judge described Pistorius as a "fallen hero" who will never be at peace and sentenced him to six years in prison. The ruling added that Pistorius "displays a lack of remorse and does not appreciate the gravity of his actions".

Local church provides Thanksgiving baskets to the community
Woodson said she works long hours in Strasburg at the Hotel Strasburg and her parents live in Fairfax. He and his son-in-law delivered about a dozen meals to people across the community.