Premier League: Klopp explodes against chaos tactic: ‘Talking to referees is like talking to my microwave’

jrgen klopp He was very upset with the refereeing performance in A 3-1 defeat of his Liverpool team against Brentford in the Premier League.

The coach of the German “Reds” team complained about this Brentford played to the max. At Gtech Community Stadium, protesting against “push and catch” From Las Vegas, he decried it “Extend the rules” on set pieces s And he stressed that the third goal (Brian Mbeumo) had to be canceled.

“The third goal shouldn’t be a goal… that easy. If you ever play football and you run in a foot race and you get a little push, you fall because you can’t keep your balance. It’s true and you can see it,” he declared. An annoyed Klopp, who believes the goal should have been disallowed due to an earlier foul by Brian Mbeumu on Ibrahima Konate.

They enforce the rules on offensive set pieces. Don’t get me wrong, it’s smart, but they do. It’s so chaotic that no one can see it.”

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“They dictate the rules on attacking set pieces. Don’t get me wrong, it’s clever, but they do. If you highlight those situations, you’ll find five fouls, but they’re very messy and nobody sees them. But that’s what they do and that’s really good.”

Klopp admitted ‘be into sports’ He did talk about in-game situations with the umpires, but “Actually it’s the same as talking to my microwave, you don’t really get an answer. It’s always the same thing.”

“Before the season they gave us advice that players should be careful in these playing situations because the referees will be paying attention. Then you watch these matches and almost everything is allowed. And it’s always within limits,” the Liverpool coach recalled.

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