Klopp Apologizes as Liverpool’s Title Hopes Fade After Derby Loss to Everton


Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp issued an apology to fans following a 2-0 defeat to Everton in the Merseyside derby, a result that severely dented their slim hopes of claiming the Premier League title.

Speaking about their chances, Klopp appeared visibly exhausted and said, “(Leaders Arsenal and Manchester City) must have a very bad moment. I don’t know. I can only apologise for today to the people. Everybody who’s with us knows how hard this was for us as well. We should have done better but we didn’t.”


Everton’s victory at Goodison Park, their first home derby win in over 13 years, was highlighted by goals from Jarrad Branthwaite and Dominic Calvert-Lewin. The win stopped Liverpool from catching up to Arsenal at the top of the league table. After the match, Everton fans mockingly chanted to the departing Liverpool players, “You lost the league at Goodison Park.”

With four games left in Klopp’s tenure, Liverpool trails Arsenal by three points, while Manchester City, holding two games in hand, sits closely behind with 73 points. Klopp expressed his disappointment, stating, “Obviously very disappointed with a lot of things. We let it happen exactly the game that Everton wanted. Two goals from set pieces. We created a lot but didn’t score. We were in a rush, not really clear enough. But we were not good enough, that’s what we have to admit, absolutely.”

Reflecting on the loss, Klopp admitted, “Of course I didn’t expect that today but it happened anyway. Obviously it’s not the greatest moment we are in. In the end it’s not good enough. When you win you have 500 reasons. When you lose, it’s just not good enough.” He also expressed frustration over Calvert-Lewin’s goal from a corner kick, noting that Everton’s use of that particular set piece was well known and had been anticipated.

Liverpool captain Virgil van Dijk also voiced his concerns, telling Sky Sports, “We have to do much better. If we play like today we have no chance to consider ourselves in the title (race).”

Liverpool’s upcoming schedule includes matches against West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa, and Wolverhampton Wanderers, as they look to salvage what remains of their season.

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