BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Jurgen Klopp left frustrated with player after frequent lost of possession that led to the two goals. “His performance yesterday was really bad he made our team so poor defensively. I will not win a major trophy with him as your starting lineup. He is no where near mobile enough. “Absolutely useless”, “Nowhere near mobile enough” – Liverpool Klopp blast star player for his performance in 3-3 Aston Villa draw.


Liverpool supporters expressed dissatisfaction with Wataru Endo’s performance following their 3-3 draw against Aston Villa. The Reds relinquished a 3-1 lead in their Premier League encounter at Villa Park on Monday, May 13.

Liverpool seized an early advantage when Emi Martinez’s error led to an own goal in the second minute. Despite the Reds’ positive start, Unai Emery’s side equalized in the 12th minute, courtesy of Youri Tielemans’ strike against the run of play. Cody Gakpo extended Liverpool’s lead to 2-1 in the 23rd minute after a well-crafted setup by Joe Gomez. Villa had an opportunity to level the score in the 36th minute, but Diego Carlos failed to convert from close range.

Jarell Quansah, Liverpool’s center-back, scored his maiden Premier League goal with a well-placed header in the 48th minute. However, Aston Villa demonstrated resilience late in the game, with Jhon Duran netting twice (85th, 88th minute) to secure a point for his team. Liverpool fans directed criticism towards Wataru Endo for his performance, with one supporter expressing frustration: “Endo is absolutely useless. He doesn’t even stay in his position; they’re just walking around him, may as well have 10 men.”

Liverpool experienced a disappointing outcome in Jurgen Klopp’s final away game as manager, squandering a two-goal advantage to draw 3-3 against Aston Villa. Despite the draw, Liverpool maintains third place with 79 points from 37 matches, while Villa sits in fourth place with 68 points from 36 matches. Examining the statistics provides insight into the performance of both teams:

Liverpool asserted dominance in possession, controlling 59 percent of the ball. They attempted 564 passes with an accuracy rate of 88 percent. In contrast, Aston Villa held 41 percent possession and attempted 383 passes with an accuracy rate of 84 percent. Both sides engaged in an entertaining, back-and-forth contest, generating numerous scoring opportunities. Aston Villa displayed greater attacking intent, registering 19 shots in total, five of which were on target. Meanwhile, Liverpool recorded 14 shots, seven of which tested the opposition goalkeeper.

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