Liverpool fans tear up seats in Molineux stadium away end following defeat to Wolves

Liverpool fans tear up seats in Molineux stadium away end following defeat to Wolves

At Wolves, Liverpool fans started fighting and tearing up the Molineux stadium seats, and later in the post-match press conference, Jurgen Klopp declined to respond to a reporter’s query

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Those who stayed in the away section to watch the end of the Reds’ dismal performance heard the home supporters cheer “Ole” whenever one pass connected with a Wolves player.

The Wolves supporters booed the German fiercely as he stood on the sidelines earlier in the second half of Liverpool’s 3-0 loss. After Ruben Neves scored Wolves’ third goal to end the visitors’ hopes of a comeback, the cries “You’re getting sacked in the morning” could be heard.

Liverpool fans tear up seats in Molineux stadium away end following defeat 3-0 to Wolves

Wolves supporters continued to make fun of the team, singing “Can we play you every week?” in the dying seconds. Rival Everton, who just defeated league leaders Arsenal, is up next for Liverpool.


Match highlights

The Reds’ chances of competing in any European Championship competition next year have decreased as a result of their 3-0 loss to the Wolves. Liverpool got off to a dreadful start, behind by two goals after just twelve minutes.

The Wolves got off to a fantastic start thanks to an own goal by Joel Matip and Craig Dawson’s first goal for his new squad. Liverpool improved after the break and had numerous opportunities to tie the game. But their chances of a comeback were over when Ruben Neves made it 3-0 for the home team in the 71st minute. That ended up being the game’s deciding score, as Liverpool lost once more.


Jurgen Klopp ignores James Pearce during the post-match news conference.

Klopp spoke to the media after his team lost. The bulk of the audience members was happy to ask questions, however, he declined to answer James Pearce of The Athletic. Pearce asked Klopp, “Has starting so slowly been a theme of the season?” Is it a mentality issue? Do you ever wonder how you prepare for games because you started the game so slowly after practising for a week?

Another journalist there asked the same question afterwards, and Klopp was more than happy to respond. He responded that People are free to judge, criticise, and say whatever they want about them since they almost certainly have a point. Since he was unable to speak during those twelve minutes, he had nothing to say in opposition to that. He continued by saying that it was challenging to accept the outcome after everything they had done over the previous few days.



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