Ouch! Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp gets burned by Harlem Globetrotters

Ouch! Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp gets burned by Harlem Globetrotters

Ouch! Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp gets burned by Harlem Globetrotters

Liverpool great Jamie Carragher believes Daniel Sturridge no longer possesses the same ability on the pitch as he did when playing alongside Luis Suarez.

United on the other hand have been in imperious form this campaign, scoring 21 goals in their opening seven league games. Now a youth coach at Liverpool the club's former captain has named one player he'd love Jurgen Klopp to sign.

The 5-0 defeat to Manchester City last month was only his second in 20 matches and with nine victories he has a win rate of 45 per cent, considerably better than Chelsea (33) and Tottenham (32) in the corresponding period.

"I think their record against the top sides is the best so if I was a Liverpool player or the Liverpool manager those games can't come quick enough".

"At the end of the season they just went and bought Lukaku and it looks like that problem at the moment is fixed".

I watch his interviews a lot and I have also met him on a couple of occasions.

I think he has taken this team and the club forward.


Philippe Coutinho did score another screamer from outside the box to add to his collection, which deserved to win any game.

"I think Liverpool will be itching once the global break is over and really relishing those games".

Hit play on the video above to see each of the goals and then vote for your favourite below. However, unfortunately, but unsurprisingly, Liverpool could not hold onto their lead when an excellent Jonjo Shelvey pass, combined with slack defending from Joël Matip and Dejan Lovren, resulted in only Joselu's sixth career Premier League goal.

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard insists he has total faith in manager Jurgen Klopp's ability to bring success to the club.

"They are in total control and then they concede yet again". We are the last ones in the this role who may have something to say about the decision.

Sloppy September became ordinary October as Liverpool's recent woes continued with a 1-1 draw away to Newcastle United.

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