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Confident Klopp Sends Warning to Manchester United After Liverpool Beat Wolves
- Liverpool continue their impressive domestic run after beating Wolves 2-0 at Anfield
- The Reds put behind the disappointment of the 5-2 home loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League
- Jurgen Klopp's men are now looking forward to their next game against rivals Manchester United
Liverpool this season have battled with inconsistencies in results and performances, which can be hinged on injuries that have denied Jurgen Klopp the availability of key members of the team, which in turn has led to many tweaks.
The German tactician had moments when he questioned his tactics and public spats with journalists and pundits, and sometimes his players.
The last three league games have seen the Reds record wins against Newcastle United, Everton and last night against Wolverhampton Wanderers, all of which have given Klopp confidence going into the next game.
Klopp issues warning to Manchester United
Last season, Liverpool beat Manchester United 9-0 over two legs with different managers, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick, as reported by Sports Illustrated.
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The Red Devils have won the first leg this season 3-1 and are high-flying, but Klopp speaking after the 2-0 win over Wolves, as quoted by Metro UK, remains confident his team would put up a big fight.
‘‘It’s a big game against a team in form. We have to be ready, and we will give them a big fight,’’ he said.
Ten points separate the two teams in the Premier League table. Both teams will benefit from a win, Liverpool to boost their Champions League qualification chances and United to move closer to the title race.
Mane confident in Klopp
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Sports Brief earlier reported that former Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has expressed confidence in Klopp to turn the team's season around and vouched him as the right man for the club.
The two worked together for six years at Anfield and won all possible trophies. The Senegalese requested a move away last season, and he joined German champions Bayern Munich.
The club has spent millions of pounds on replacing Mane, but it has not quite clicked despite the additions of Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo.