Jurgen Klopp admits Liverpool will analyze the poor start that made them come from behind to beat Bournemouth.
The Reds were hugely disappointed during the opening 20 minutes in which the visitors had a goal disallowed and took the lead through Antoine Semenyo.
However, Liverpool’s performances improved as the game progressed, with Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah breaking through soon after Alexis McAllister was sent off in the 58th minute. Took the lead before Diogo Jota scored.
Speaking about the stunning start to the game, Klopp said: “It wasn’t the start we wanted. It wasn’t good to concede the first goal after a minute, but it was offside, so you think, well, it was a wake-up call.
We threw in the towel after a minute. “Two minutes later our goalkeeper got a yellow card, but they’re human too and we’ll find out, we’ll try to find out why and then you’ll see us wake up during the game.
“We weren’t fluent enough at the time, but we settled into the game step by step and played well, scored two goals and that was very good. We had more chances, we could have scored, but after 58 minutes we didn’t concede again, we were down to 10 men, it was a game but everything was fine. ”
Klopp was impressed with his team’s attitude after the red card, saying: “It was very good, very good. We scored the third goal and we still had chances in that situation, we are still fighting back. I never (planned) to play or practice with that lineup, and the boys s played really well, the boys played really hard.
“Bournemouth had a situation with high balls into the box, headers, square balls that were very difficult to defend and avoid – especially if someone went down. I think we are doing very well. “