Liverpool's coach Jürgen Klopp has criticised Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard for his statements after the Premier League duel on Wednesday. "We are not arrogant," said Klopp clearly on Friday. Lampard had to say after the 3:5-defeat of his team in Anfield, Liverpool should be winning the championship "too arrogant".
"In the (game)Situation, you can say what you want, this is pure Emotion," said Klopp. "But he needs to learn that it's not okay to say such a thing after the final whistle of the game. When was the whistle, you have to close the book as a true sports man. He has not made. And that is not, frankly, something that pleases me.“
Lampard (42), and Klopp (53) had delivered during the game after a Foul by Mateo Kovacic on Sadio Mané for a pitched battle of words on the page line. Lampard apologized on Friday, at least partially, for this. "I regret the words I've chosen," said the Chelsea Coach. "One thing I need to make it clear. In some Reports it was said that I was upset about it, as the Liverpool players celebrated. On the contrary, I think Liverpool should be celebrating after this season as much as you want.“Updated Date: 24 July 2020, 12:19