Brighton 3-0 Liverpool After their “worst game,” where are Jurgen Klopp’s Reds headed?
The instant response from Jurgen Klopp following Liverpool’s humiliating loss to Brighton on Saturday was succinct and to the point. The visitors’ performance at Amex Stadium was disturbingly disjointed, lifeless, and lopsided, putting them far behind the competition in the Premier League.
After Brentford defeated Bournemouth at home on Saturday night, the Reds dropped to ninth place in the standings, 16 points behind league leaders Arsenal despite having played one more game. After the 3-0 defeat on the south coast, Klopp told BBC Sport: “I can’t remember a worse game. I’m afraid I can’t.
“Brighton played very well. They deserved to win. It was a very organized team against a not-very-organized team. “Of course, we’re very concerned.” “How can you not be after a game like this?”
Jürgen Klopp said he could not recall a worse performance in his coaching career after Brighton’s 3-0 win continued Liverpool’s collapse in form. Klopp also expressed concern that his players are not buying into his tactical attempts to alter their fortunes.
“Bad, really bad,” said Klopp. “I can’t remember a worse game, not only Liverpool. I really can’t. This is a really low point. Brighton was the better team, it was well deserved. They played really well. It was a very organized team against a not very organized team.”