After Southampton’s draw, Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, declares that he is “ready for next season”

Despite admitting that he was relieved that Liverpool’s season was finally over, Jurgen Klopp is eager to move on to the next campaign following a “crazy” final day.

Liverpool’s Premier League season came to a chaotic conclusion when they drew 4-4 with Southampton, a team headed for the drop.

Diogo Jota and Cody Gakpo scored goals to rescue Klopp’s team from a 4-2 deficit and secure a thrilling draw. The Saints scored through James Ward-Prowse, Adam Armstrong, and a brace from Kamaldeen Sulemana, while the Reds went up 2-0 thanks to Jota and the departing Roberto Firmino.

Despite Liverpool missing out on the Champions League and winning no championship, Klopp is optimistic about what the upcoming season will bring to Anfield.

After the match at St. Mary’s, he said to talkSPORT, “Thank God this season is over. I believed it would never end in November and December. For the upcoming season, I feel incredibly prepared.

We had a poor season overall and are fifth. We will move up the table if we are more authentic. What other teams are doing is not important.

We will be a really good team once we begin to play football correctly. Over the next six weeks, I won’t be listening to anyone who wants to talk about our team. ”.

Diogo Jota scores twice as the Reds finish the season in disarray, Southampton 4–4 Liverpool.
Premier League standings and results for 2022–2023 with Everton remaining in the top division.
He told the BBC about the Southampton match itself: “Crazy game, a bit too crazy for my tastes to be honest. It’s as simple as that: the beginning was excellent, the end was outstanding, and the middle fell short.

“I liked a lot how we came back from being 4-2 down. Many people may have believed that was the end of it on the previous gameday. But the boys were really committed. For the audience, the 4-4, eight goal game was really entertaining. I didn’t really like it. ”.

Liverpool finished the season in fifth place with 67 points, which is 25 fewer than their tally from the previous year, when they finished second.

Igbo Kennedy

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