SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” people blame this or that player for Liverpool loss but honestly he “Jurgen Klopp” cost them that match he decided that he had won the game to early, he made some wrong sub, like what kind of substitutions was that, he underrated United and it hurt him real bad”.Jurgen Klopp was “tore into” by football icon Ian Wright for Liverpool’s “disastrous” performance against Manchester United. Wright was “incensed” by Klopp’s “ineffective” strategies.


Ian Wright has strongly criticized Darwin Nunez for his role in Liverpool’s loss to Manchester United on Sunday. Liverpool’s dream of clinching a quadruple of trophies was shattered at Old Trafford during the FA Cup quarter-finals. Despite holding the lead twice, Liverpool conceded crucial goals, ultimately succumbing to a heartbreaking defeat when Amad scored in the 120th minute.

After Scott McTominay broke the deadlock, Alexis Mac Allister leveled the score before Mohamed Salah swiftly put Liverpool ahead. However, with just three minutes remaining in normal time, Antony executed a skillful turn before finding the bottom corner, equalizing for Manchester United. In extra time, Liverpool regained the lead momentarily when Harvey Elliott’s hopeful shot deflected past Andre Onana. However, United managed to level the score again eight minutes before the end of extra time.

Nunez’s error proved costly as he carelessly surrendered possession to McTominay with a loose pass in midfield, leading to United’s equalizing goal. Despite starting the game as a forward, Nunez was seen dropping deeper just before committing the mistake. This blunder incited a furious response from Ian Wright, who criticized the attacker, stating in an interview with Footballwave: “You have to look at Darwin Nunez there. What are you doing there? The thing is, he’s got the capability to play it to the left-back. You don’t put it back into that area. You just don’t do that.”

While United’s goals could arguably be attributed to errors, Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, expressed pride in his team’s resilience. He commended their ability to bounce back from a challenging start and lamented the missed opportunities that could have sealed the game.

“Today was extremely challenging for us, enduring over 130 minutes of intense play. United got off to a flying start, scoring early,” Klopp acknowledged. “We needed to better organize ourselves, struggled with marking, and lacked enough possession. However, once we found our rhythm, we showed glimpses of our potential.”

“We rightfully took the lead 2-1, and the second half showcased exceptional football from us. However, we failed to capitalize on our chances, leaving the door open for United at Old Trafford, which inevitably led to them creating opportunities,” Klopp added. “It became increasingly difficult for us, but credit to United for their resilience. That’s football—you want to progress to the semi-finals, but sometimes it doesn’t go your way.”

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