Jugen Klopp worried about Liverpool performance

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is worried about his side’s performance and insist they did not play how they wanted after falling 3-0 away to Watford on Sunday.

On loan Chelsea defender Nathan Ake opened the scoring in three minutes before Odion Ighalo added a brace in 15 and 85 minutes to seal an emphatic triumph for the Hornets at home.

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But boss Jurgen Klopp who was looking forward to record a win after 2-2 draw with West Brom last Sunday believes his boys played to the tune of the opponent and Watford deserve the win.

“We didn’t play how we wanted to play. We played how they wanted us to play in small spaces, we played very complicated, and we always gave them the chance to press.

In the pre-match talk show with TipTvSport, veteran sports writer Rob Shepherd had talked about how dangerous this Watford side is and could mount an upset against the Reds who are still sailing on turbulent waters.

“When we played it easy it was better, and we had our moments,the start of the second half was good and with a bit of luck we could have scored two goals, but we didn’t score the goal and it was always possible one of the counters decides the game.

“It was a deserved win for Watford. Not because of our faults, but more our reaction to the our faults,” the German said after the game.

Jurgen Klopp has recorded three lost since his appointment and will be hoping for good results in upcoming fixtures at home to League leaders Leicester City and away to Sunderland to end the year.

Watford left-back Nathan Ake revealed that a goal against the Reds has always been his dream after he opened the scoring at Vicarage Road on Sunday.

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