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EPL: Liverpool Manager, Klopp speaks on sharing of points with Brentford (SEE LINE-UPS)

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Red Devils, Liverpool played their hearts off against Brentford FC on Saturday in the Premier League with 3-3 draw.

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According to the Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp, Brentford deserved what they got although he said his team ought to have carried the day but tight defence of their opponent made it impossible.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky Sports:

“[I’m] not sure enjoy is the right word. It was a wild ride. They deserved their three goals for the way they played. We obviously couldn’t deal with the long balls today but we should have scored more goals.

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“They deserved it. I don’t think you can control them much better, we created a lot of clear-cut chances but couldn’t deal with them defensively. These things happen. We should have scored more. If we win 3-2 or 4-3 we still have these struggles defensively. Toney and Mbuemo did really well. Brentford deserved a point.

“I have no problem with accepting when you play this kind of football. That’s football. You have to create things to deserve to win. They deserved a point as well because they put up a proper fight. I respect that a lot. In the end there were situations we should do better – and then it could be a completely different game. Their goalie should have number 10 on his shirt with the balls that he played.”

On Mohamed Salah reaching 100 Premier League goals for Liverpool: “I’m sure Mo sees it the same way, he would love to have 101 today. There were many good moments football-wise against a tricky set-up but we could not defend when the goalie chips the balls forward.”

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Brentford XI: P. Jansson, C. Nørgaard, I. Toney, Sergi Canós, David Raya, K. Ajer, R. Henry, Janelt, E. Pinnock, F. Onyeka, B. Mbeumo

Subs: Jorgensen, S. Ghoddos, Y. Wissa, M. Jensen, M. Forss, Álvaro Fernández, M. Rasmussen, S. Baptiste, M. Bidstrup

Liverpool XI: Henderson, Matip, Alisson, Salah, Van Dijk, Mane, Fabinho, Robertson, Jota, Alexander-Arnold, Curtis Jones

Subs: Milner, Firmino, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Minamino, Origi, Joe Gomez, Tsimikas, Kelleher, Konate

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