Adrian reveals what happened in the private meeting with Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool’s loss to Watford in the Premier League on Saturday.
Liverpool’s unbeaten run in the Premier league came crashing after a shock 3-0 loss to Watford. Their visit to Vicarage road saw them surrender their winning streak to a side currently fighting to avoid relegation.
With that unexpected defeat, any hopes of emulating Arsenal’s invincible run also came to an unbeaten run. Liverpool’s reserve goalkeeper Adrian has now opened up on the dressing room talk that took place after the match.
Adrian reveals what happened in the private meeting with Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool’s loss to Watford
In an interview, he told Liverpool’s website:
“He’s (Jurgen Klopp) not just a coach, he’s a great manager. He manages very well all the people in the dressing room, he manages the psychological and mental stuff. It’s more about us.”
“We had a nice meeting after the defeat against Watford – no complaining, not telling people what mistakes they made or not. It was just to learn about the things that happened on Saturday.”
“It’s football; like life, sometimes you have good moments and sometimes you have not good moments. Last Saturday was not the best moment for us performing on the pitch. We are much better than that and we want to show that in the next ones, for sure.”
The Reds may have lost out on the opportunity to emulate Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side. However, they can still emulate Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United side, who still remain the only English side to win the treble.
However, the road to glory is not an easy one for Liverpool. They will face Chelsea in the FA Cup tonight and will also host Atletico Madrid in the return leg of the Champions League, having conceded a lead in the first leg.
“Everyone wants more. We’re still in the Champions League, we’re getting closer to our target in the Premier League and we’re in the FA Cup now on Tuesday, so we have three competitions to face and to go for them,” Adrian said.
“We have three finals. The next three games are three finals for us to show that we want to be alive in all of them and win all of them.”
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