It takes a unique kind of person to go up versus Roy Keane – but Jurgen Klopp did it and won after Liverpool‘s 3-1 win over Arsenal on Monday night.
Alan Shearer tried and had some success, and Mick Mccarthy…well, the less said the better.
However, Klopp breaking Keane may be the best thing we’ve seen in 2020.
Liverpool went behind to an Alexandre Lacazette goal in the opening 25 minutes at Anfield before Sadio Mane instantly hit back.
Andrew Robertson added the second before brand-new finalizing Diego Jota taped his first Liverpool goal to round off a dominant 3-1 victory.
Such was Liverpool’s supremacy that they taped a massive 677 passes to Arsenal’s meer 295, with Virgil Van Dijk acquiring 117 of them.
So, when Klopp heard Keane call Liverpool’s efficiency ‘sloppy’, he was not amazed at all.
“They gave up a couple of chances which they’ll be dissatisfied with.
“I’m uncertain if I heard him right, it cannot be this game. This was definitely extraordinary; absolutely nothing was careless.
“From the first second of the game, we were dominant against a team in form.”
In reality, Klopp got so mad that Keane wound up being the one who relatively withdrawed the Liverpool manager and tried to calm him down.
What would Sir Alex believe of Roy now?
🗣️ “Did Mr Keane say it was a sloppy performance? Maybe he is speaking about another game…” 👀
Jurgen Klopp v Roy Keane 🍿 pic.twitter.com/MIw47L6N0o
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) September 28, 2020
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