James Milner was the man who scored Liverpool’s goal in their 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Saturday and. As indicated by Jürgen Klopp, it was likewise the midfielder offered some stern words to fire up his team members at half-time.
Liverpool’s goal in their 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Saturday and, as indicated by Jürgen Klopp, it was likewise the midfielder who offered some stern words to fire up his team members at half-time.
Milner gave Liverpool the lead soon after the hour check, just for Alexandre Lacazette to even out in the last stages, who actually plays very good lately. The match was a fun and exceptional challenge for the unbiased. The Liverpool chief spent a significant part of the main half in a condition of tumult. He was troubled with what he esteemed a substandard presentation from his team.
“You have a compact formation, you force [Arsenal] to pass the ball somewhere – that’s pressing, it’s not that complicated,” Klopp said. “The best way is to do it right from the first moment and then you can build on that, but we didn’t do it right from the first moment. That means there’s a time that it’s not there and we all felt like, ‘What the heck is here?’
“Milly was the one who saw it first and was quite – how can we say, was not happy – was animated. That’s good. That’s how it is in a dressing room, there is a lot of men, a lot of testosterone. One is talking – that’s me – and sometimes before I start talking the boys have a few words and that’s all. Milly is a proper leader.”
This draw quickly took Liverpool to the highest point of the Premier League, before Manchester City’s triumph over Southampton on Sunday moved Pep Guardiola’s side two points ahead. “Indeed, and I do,” said Klopp, when inquired as to whether he needs to disregard City’s determined gathering of points. They surely need players such as James Milner in their ranks.