The most pessimists were not expecting the Premier League champions Liverpool to suffer a historic 7-2 defeat by Aston Villa who narrowly escaped relegation last season, so what was the suspension of both coaches after the strange match?
After Manchester United lost 6-1 to Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday, Liverpool added to this strange day another historic defeat and became the first title holder in the history of the Premier League to concede 7 goals in one match in the competition since Arsenal in 1953.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp commented on the cruel sevens that his team “did everything that should not be done in a football match, which made him completely lose control of the match. We played for the opponent in all goals. Then the match went in a certain direction. We also had some moments.” Positivity, but it did not result in anything except for the goals of Mohamed (Salah). “
“All the positive moments of the opponent resulted in dangerous opportunities or goals and that made all the difference. We did all the things that should not be done in the football match, but the appreciation for Aston Villa is because he forced us to do these things,” he added.
“The first goal left its mark on us, but it shouldn’t have happened. We had some similar goals in the past, but the reaction was not good and we lost control,” the German coach added.
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On the other hand, Aston Villa coach Dean Smith praised his team after it scored its third successive victory and jumped to second place at the expense of fifth Liverpool.
Smith said after the match, “We put in a lot of effort. The players were amazing and executed the game plan perfectly. We were at our best. This is a great start and an exceptional result.”
“We will not feel overly satisfied with ourselves, but we will have fun tonight because these results don’t happen often,” he added.
“We will enter the international suspension with a lot of pride and confidence,” said the coach, whose team narrowly escaped relegation.