BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Jurgen Klopp fuming as his players misses chance to top the table. Klopp words speaks as Liverpool drop points against uncultured man united. He said “To me this is a big loss to me. You can’t be a striker and miss chances even against terrible United defence its unprofessional. He should really get himself right. Jürgen Klopp fume vs Manchester United speaks volumes as Liverpool title reality is clear.


Paraphrase this words up to 800 words ” As painful as it was watching Liverpool throw three points away at Manchester United, sadly it also felt somewhat inevitable. We’d seen this exact story pan out just a few weeks ago: Liverpool having chance after chance to put the game to bed, only to waste them and then play themselves into trouble.

At half-time, the shot count read 15-0 in favor of the Reds, yet the score was just 1-0. United needed just two shots after the break to take the lead. Mohamed Salah’s penalty ultimately rescued a point, but it was a game that should never have needed rescuing. For the third time this season, Liverpool failed to beat one of the most dysfunctional United sides in living memory.

The Reds have recorded 87 shots to United’s 43 in those three games, and yet the Red Devils boast six goals to Liverpool’s five. That in itself tells a story.

The frustration on Jürgen Klopp’s face was clear to see. Rarely do you see him so angry at his own players — the rage he showed on the touchline is usually reserved for practically anyone else.

But his fume was very much justified. Liverpool’s profligacy was becoming infuriating for everyone of a red persuasion, and you could absolutely sense what was coming when the two sides went in at the break with just one goal separating them. As much as you didn’t want to admit it, a repeat of that FA Cup defeat felt as though it was on the cards.

It wasn’t that bad, thankfully, but given the state of the title race, this can’t be viewed as anything other than two points dropped, and a potentially fatal blow in the hunt for the Premier League crown. And it was telling that the anger was not directed at anyone in particular, but several different stars. None were as clinical as required.

Liverpool’s fate is no longer in its own hands. Arsenal now leads the way on goal difference, and with the mood Mikel Arteta’s side looks to be in at the moment, it’s hard to see how the Reds might claw that back.

If it wasn’t already the case, there really is no more room for slip-ups from here. The Gunners’ run-in does look markedly trickier than Liverpool’s, but even if Arsenal leaves the door open, Manchester City will also be ready to walk through it.

The title race is far from over with seven games still to go. Liverpool needs to learn from its failure to beat United this season though. As frustrating as today’s draw has been, it will be nothing compared to the feeling if the Reds go on to narrowly miss out on the league now.

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