Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp has uncovered he showed his players the first objective they scored against Manchester City during the half-time team chat on Sunday.
Kevin De Bruyne had opened the scoring for the hosts before Diogo Jota made it 1-1. Gabriel Jesus then, at that point, beat the offside snare to re-establish City’s lead.
Klopp utilized Jota’s thirteenth minute strike to move his players ahead of the second half.
Minutes after the second half, Sadio Mane made it 2-2, which was ultimately the last score.
At the point when asked about everything he said to his players before they arose for the final part, Klopp told Sky Sports: “We showed [our] goal because it was a really good football situation which if we did more, we would have chances.
“I was convinced we could win this game. They were much more direct than us today.
“They had a more direct idea than us and we wanted to let them run when in possession.”