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The end of an era? Not with Jurgen Klopp! The reactions to the historic derby victory



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Liverpool beat Manchester United 7-0! A historic derby victory. The Reds are back in the fight for the Champions League places. The reactions to the spectacle could not have been more different. Pure joy for Jürgen Klopp, anger for Erik ten Hag and a lot of malice on the net.

Jürgen Klopp could hardly believe it, Roy Keane was horrified – and the network escalated too. Here are the reactions to the Reds’ historic 7-0 derby win over Manchester United.

Jürgen Klopp: “That was the boost we needed”

“Without words. Spectacular football match. Outstanding. We played top football against a team in good form. In the second half, the beginning and the end were pretty good. This is football, things like that can happen. That was the boost we needed have. That puts us in the right direction. Everyone needs to know that we’re still here. That wasn’t the case for a while but tonight we showed what we can be and what we need to be from now on.”

Roy Keane: ‘Embarrassing for the players’

“When United come to Anfield all logic is thrown out the window. It’s the toughest place to come – they haven’t shown pride or struggle. Liverpool have been absolutely amazing, their will, their energy. Liverpool were back in Best form but it was an embarrassing day for United. I never believed United were at their best. They gave teams chances but today Liverpool didn’t let them off the hook. They were callous and reckless and always pushed on. The Older Manchester United players are the ones who let the club down today. As a player, you would hide. It’s embarrassing for the players.”

Erik ten Hag: “I’m disappointed and angry”

“I think we played a decent first half. A mistake in the basic organization just before half-time. In the second half we just weren’t there anymore. It wasn’t our standard. We didn’t play as a team. It was unprofessional. Yes [ich bin wütend]. In any case. I’m surprised because over the last few weeks and months I’ve seen that this team is resilient and has a winning mentality. In the second half we didn’t have a winning mentality at all. We didn’t stick to the plan and didn’t do our job. That was really unprofessional. We have seen in the past that we can recover. To Brentford, to Manchester City. This is definitely a major setback and unacceptable. I’m really disappointed and angry about it. It’s a reality check. We have to accept that.”

Mo Salah makes history!

Jurgen Klopp on his player: “129 goals, that’s amazing. What an unbelievable number. He’s a special player. We already appreciate him, but in the future people will look back and say, ‘Wow, we saw something very special. ‘”

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Well, he didn’t say when the era would end, did he?

Humiliation is probably the right word

Smile of the week competition

Ten Hag will probably not get much sleep for the time being

The right lever was found there

Manchester United with the rage quit