- Jurgen Klopp has expressed his displeasure with his side's performance against Southampton
- This is despite Liverpool securing a comfortable 4-0 win over the Saints on Saturday
- Klopp was at odds with the Reds' performance defensively and for missing many clear-cut chances
- The Merseysiders currently sit second on the EPL log with 28 points, a point behind leaders Chelsea
Jurgen Klopp has taken issue with his players' display against Southampton despite bagging a huge 4-0 win over the Saints on Saturday, November 27.
Diogo Jota struck a stunning brace to hand the Reds a two-goal lead shortly after the half-hour mark, with Thiago Alacantara and Virgil van Dijk scoring in either side of the break to inspire Liverpool to victory.
The comfortable win saw the Merseysiders leapfrog Man City into second place on the Premier League standings.
This was the Reds' third consecutive win following their disappointing defeat to West Ham earlier in the month.
But while reflecting on the victory, Klopp once again proved he is the ultimate perfectionist as he chastised his charges for giving away too many chances.
"Talking about stability, I was not happy with the chances we conceded today, to be honest," the German noted.
"I have no problem with Ali making saves in a football game, but these saves were too spectacular so we have to really work on that," he added.
However, the German tactician was quick to single out Jota for praise, noting the forward had all it takes for one to play for a club of Liverpool's stature.
"He’s an exceptional player and an exceptional boy. He’s the perfect signing because he has everything that a Liverpool player in this squad needs," Klopp explained.
Man United backed to upset Chelsea
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported Former Harambee Stars striker Boniface Ambani believes Man United can upset Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and secure a win away from home.
Ambani contends United's amazing head-to-head record could see them pull a surprise against Chelsea.
The ex-Kenyan international was quick to admit he expects a tough duel between the two Premier League heavyweights.
Source: Sports Brief News