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Klopp “not surprised” Liverpool struggled with low block – but only “half-time”

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Jurgen Klopp was not surprised to see his side struggle with Arsenal‘s low block that was only made all the more stubborn after going down to 10 men, but the Reds are not out for the count.

“You have to change things that you naturally do, and then you face a team with one man down – not an excuse, just an explanation – now, you face a really low block,” Klopp told Sky Sports post-match.

“In the end, if you play such a low block – that’s already in football the most difficult thing to do – and I’m not surprised we struggled with that a little bit.

It’s halftime.

A good lineup, I liked it a lot.

It was a night to swiftly move on from for Liverpool on Thursday after lacking any potency in the final third, even with the Gunners having gone down to 10 men after just 24 minutes.

I can’t remember one time in my life being 0-0 at halftime and thought we have no chance anymore.
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