Jurgen Klopp: It's impossible to be happy about something at Man United

‘They turned into a result machine. Top football, if it’s not going well, they still get results'

by Sead Dedovic
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Jurgen Klopp: It's impossible to be happy about something at Man United

Jurgen Klopp is cautious before the match with Manchester United, which will be played on Sunday. The German expert believes that United is a dangerous opponent. The Old Trafford team is in great form and looks unstoppable. Precisely because of this, Klopp and Liverpool fans are aware of the importance of this match.

‘They turned into a result machine. Top football, if it’s not going well, they still get results. They’re in a fight for the league, but again, not really important for Sunday, we are there as well. We try to be at our best.

I didn’t think too much about [their win in the Carabao Cup final]. Surprised? Probably not.' - Klopp said, as quoted by metro.co.uk

Jurgen Klopp on Manchester United

Manchester United has great players on its roster.

Erik ten Hag has created a team that can compete with everyone at the moment. Rashford is the most talked about player, given that he has been phenomenal this season. ‘How could they not be successful? They’re really experienced, they have quality and a good way of playing.

[They have found] a new way to defend. The difference in the last few years, a massive difference, man orientated. With the ball, quality, it’s not like, ‘I did that’, Erik knows [Marcus] Rashford is a real talent.

It’s a really good team, how could they not be successful.' Of course, Klopp does not like that the situation is like that, but he is happy with the form of Rashford, who was in big problems last season. ‘It’s difficult, pretty much impossible to be happy about something at Man United as the Liverpool manager.

One result is I am happy for Rashford, he had a difficult last year, he was not performing as he is able to perform. This will change again, he’s playing incredible, the speed, technique, the calmness in front of goal.’

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